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Japanese officers arriving at the Japanese surrender ceremony at the Forbidden City, Beiping, China, 10 Oct 1945, photo 5 of 5Lieutenant General Hiroshi Nemoto surrendering his sword at the Japanese surrender ceremony at the Forbidden City, Beiping, China, 10 Oct 1945
Japanese officers arriving at the Japanese surrender ceremony at the Forbidden City, Beiping, China, 10 Oct 1945, photo 5 of 5Lieutenant General Hiroshi Nemoto surrendering his sword at the Japanese surrender ceremony at the Forbidden City, Beiping, China, 10 Oct 1945
Surrendered Japanese officersSurrendered Japanese officers
Surrendered Japanese officers' swords and the signed Japanese surrender document, Forbidden City, Beiping, China, 10 Oct 1945Surrendered Japanese officers' swords, table, and chairs being removed by Chinese soldiers for the nearby National History Museum, Forbidden City, Beiping, China, 10 Oct 1945
Unidentified Chinese and American personnel at the site of the Beiping, China surrender ceremony, circa 10 Oct 1945F7F Tigercat night fighters of US Marine Corps squadron VMF(N)-531 at Nanyuan Airfield, Beiping, China, Dec 1945
Unidentified Chinese and American personnel at the site of the Beiping, China surrender ceremony, circa 10 Oct 1945F7F Tigercat night fighters of US Marine Corps squadron VMF(N)-531 at Nanyuan Airfield, Beiping, China, Dec 1945
US Vice Admiral Charles M. Cooke, Jr. and Chinese General Dai Li at Yiheyuan (Summer Palace), Beiping, China, 7 Mar 1946Tian
US Vice Admiral Charles M. Cooke, Jr. and Chinese General Dai Li at Yiheyuan (Summer Palace), Beiping, China, 7 Mar 1946Tian'anmen gate, Beiping, China, 1947
Chiang Kaishek and Wei Lihuang in Beiping, China, Nov 1948Lugou Bridge, near Beijing, China, 20 Aug 2005
Chiang Kaishek and Wei Lihuang in Beiping, China, Nov 1948Lugou Bridge, near Beijing, China, 20 Aug 2005

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