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299 items in this album on 15 pages.

British Royal Welsh Fusiliers bunker near Jessfield Park, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 2 of 3British Royal Welsh Fusiliers bunker near Jessfield Park, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 3 of 3
British Royal Welsh Fusiliers bunker near Jessfield Park, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 2 of 3British Royal Welsh Fusiliers bunker near Jessfield Park, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 3 of 3
Building with rubble in the street before it, Hongkou (Hongkew) or Yangpu (Yantszepoo) district, Shanghai, China, mid-1937Burning buildings, Shanghai, China, mid-1937
Building with rubble in the street before it, Hongkou (Hongkew) or Yangpu (Yantszepoo) district, Shanghai, China, mid-1937Burning buildings, Shanghai, China, mid-1937
Cathay Hotel, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 1 of 2Cathay Hotel, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 2 of 2
Cathay Hotel, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 1 of 2Cathay Hotel, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 2 of 2
Chiang Kaishek in Shanghai, China, summer 1937Chinese entertainer visiting troops, Shanghai, China, Aug 1937
Chiang Kaishek in Shanghai, China, summer 1937Chinese entertainer visiting troops, Shanghai, China, Aug 1937
Chinese light cruiser Pinghai on the Yangtze River at Jiangyin, Jiangsu Province, China, Aug 1937Chinese soldier in Shanghai, China, mid-1937; note Hangyang Type 88 rifle and German-made helmet and grenades
Chinese light cruiser Pinghai on the Yangtze River at Jiangyin, Jiangsu Province, China, Aug 1937Chinese soldier in Shanghai, China, mid-1937; note Hangyang Type 88 rifle and German-made helmet and grenades
Chinese soldier with a military uniform-clad boy in Shanghai, China prior to the Japanese invasion, Jul-Aug 1937Chinese soldiers in Shanghai, China, mid-1937; note Hangyang Type 88 rifle, unidentified machine gun, and German-made helmets and grenades
Chinese soldier with a military uniform-clad boy in Shanghai, China prior to the Japanese invasion, Jul-Aug 1937Chinese soldiers in Shanghai, China, mid-1937; note Hangyang Type 88 rifle, unidentified machine gun, and German-made helmets and grenades
Chinese soldiers in Shanghai, China, mid-1937; note Hangyang Type 88 rifles and German-made helmetsChinese soldiers in Shanghai, China, mid-1937; note Hangyang Type 88 rifles and German-made helmets and grenade
Chinese soldiers in Shanghai, China, mid-1937; note Hangyang Type 88 rifles and German-made helmetsChinese soldiers in Shanghai, China, mid-1937; note Hangyang Type 88 rifles and German-made helmets and grenade
Chinese soldiers in Shanghai, China, mid-1937; note Hangyang Type 88 rifles and German-made helmets and grenadesChinese Vickers 6-Ton light tank captured by the Japanese, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 1 of 5
Chinese soldiers in Shanghai, China, mid-1937; note Hangyang Type 88 rifles and German-made helmets and grenadesChinese Vickers 6-Ton light tank captured by the Japanese, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 1 of 5
Chinese Vickers 6-Ton light tank captured by the Japanese, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 2 of 5Chinese Vickers 6-Ton light tank captured by the Japanese, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 3 of 5
Chinese Vickers 6-Ton light tank captured by the Japanese, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 2 of 5Chinese Vickers 6-Ton light tank captured by the Japanese, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 3 of 5
Chinese Vickers 6-Ton light tank captured by the Japanese, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 4 of 5Chinese Vickers 6-Ton light tank captured by the Japanese, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 5 of 5
Chinese Vickers 6-Ton light tank captured by the Japanese, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 4 of 5Chinese Vickers 6-Ton light tank captured by the Japanese, Shanghai, China, mid-1937, photo 5 of 5

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