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53 items in this album on 3 pages.

Japanese troops rounding up Chinese, Nanjing, China, 16 Dec 1937Japanese Army film crew in Nanjing, China, 17 Dec 1937
Japanese troops rounding up Chinese, Nanjing, China, 16 Dec 1937Japanese Army film crew in Nanjing, China, 17 Dec 1937
Japanese General Iwane Matsui marching into Nanjing, China, 17 Dec 1937, photo 1 of 2Japanese General Iwane Matsui marching into Nanjing, China, 17 Dec 1937, photo 1 of 3
Japanese General Iwane Matsui marching into Nanjing, China, 17 Dec 1937, photo 1 of 2Japanese General Iwane Matsui marching into Nanjing, China, 17 Dec 1937, photo 1 of 3
Japanese General Iwane Matsui marching into Nanjing, China, 17 Dec 1937, photo 2 of 3Japanese officers with Chinese civilians, Nanjing, China, 17 Dec 1937, photo 1 of 3
Japanese General Iwane Matsui marching into Nanjing, China, 17 Dec 1937, photo 2 of 3Japanese officers with Chinese civilians, Nanjing, China, 17 Dec 1937, photo 1 of 3
Japanese officers with Chinese civilians, Nanjing, China, 17 Dec 1937, photo 2 of 3Japanese officers with Chinese civilians, Nanjing, China, 17 Dec 1937, photo 3 of 3
Japanese officers with Chinese civilians, Nanjing, China, 17 Dec 1937, photo 2 of 3Japanese officers with Chinese civilians, Nanjing, China, 17 Dec 1937, photo 3 of 3
Japanese soldiers in Nanjing, China, 17 Dec 1937Japanese soldiers purchasing items from Chinese vendors, Nanjing, China, 17 Dec 1937; the Chinese claimed this to be a staged photo for propaganda
Japanese soldiers in Nanjing, China, 17 Dec 1937Japanese soldiers purchasing items from Chinese vendors, Nanjing, China, 17 Dec 1937; the Chinese claimed this to be a staged photo for propaganda
Japanese troops escorting 450 captured Nanjing policemen, China, 17 Dec 1937; most of them would be executed en masse later that day outside the West Gate of the city wallJapanese troops parading in Nanjing, China, 17 Dec 1937
Japanese troops escorting 450 captured Nanjing policemen, China, 17 Dec 1937; most of them would be executed en masse later that day outside the West Gate of the city wallJapanese troops parading in Nanjing, China, 17 Dec 1937
Japanese Admiral Kiyoshi Hasegawa, General Iwane Matsui, and Prince Yasuhiko of Asaka at a memorial for fallen Japanese soldiers in Nanjing, China, 18 Dec 1937Japanese soldiers transporting supplies with a cart at a Nanjing city wall gate, China, Dec 1937; note unburied Chinese remains
Japanese Admiral Kiyoshi Hasegawa, General Iwane Matsui, and Prince Yasuhiko of Asaka at a memorial for fallen Japanese soldiers in Nanjing, China, 18 Dec 1937Japanese soldiers transporting supplies with a cart at a Nanjing city wall gate, China, Dec 1937; note unburied Chinese remains
Japanese troops at the Wuxi Rail Station, Nanjing, China, Dec 1937Dead Chinese piled on the shore of the Yangtze River near Xiaguan Pier, Nanjing, China, Dec 1937
Japanese troops at the Wuxi Rail Station, Nanjing, China, Dec 1937Dead Chinese piled on the shore of the Yangtze River near Xiaguan Pier, Nanjing, China, Dec 1937
Dead Chinese piled on the shore of the Yangtze River, Nanjing, China, Dec 1937Japanese soldiers with a Chinese child, Nanjing, China, 19 Dec 1937
Dead Chinese piled on the shore of the Yangtze River, Nanjing, China, Dec 1937Japanese soldiers with a Chinese child, Nanjing, China, 19 Dec 1937
Chinese civilians prepared to be buried alive by Japanese soldiers, Nanjing, China, Dec 1937-Jan 1938Chinese men being registered by newly arrived Japanese occupation, possibly Nanjing, China, late 1937 or early 1938
Chinese civilians prepared to be buried alive by Japanese soldiers, Nanjing, China, Dec 1937-Jan 1938Chinese men being registered by newly arrived Japanese occupation, possibly Nanjing, China, late 1937 or early 1938

53 items in this album on 3 pages.

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