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Workers carrying a gun manufactured at Jiangnan Arsenal, Shanghai, China, circa 1890Kim Gu and other members of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea in Shanghai, China, 17 Sep 1919
Workers carrying a gun manufactured at Jiangnan Arsenal, Shanghai, China, circa 1890Kim Gu and other members of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea in Shanghai, China, 17 Sep 1919
Kim Gu and other members of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea in Shanghai, China, 1 Jan 1921Chinese cruiser Yingrui off Shanghai, China, 1928
Kim Gu and other members of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea in Shanghai, China, 1 Jan 1921Chinese cruiser Yingrui off Shanghai, China, 1928
Japanese passenger liner Asama Maru, Shanghai, China, circa late 1929Song Ziwen and his wife Zhang Leyi in Shanghai, China, 1930s
Japanese passenger liner Asama Maru, Shanghai, China, circa late 1929Song Ziwen and his wife Zhang Leyi in Shanghai, China, 1930s
Japanese Navy Crossley armored car in Shanghai, China, 1930sJapanese Navy Shanghai Special Naval Landing Force personnel fighting from a sandbagged position in Shanghai, China, supported by dug-in Crossley armored cars, 1930s
Japanese Navy Crossley armored car in Shanghai, China, 1930sJapanese Navy Shanghai Special Naval Landing Force personnel fighting from a sandbagged position in Shanghai, China, supported by dug-in Crossley armored cars, 1930s
Tenryu in Shanghai, China, 1932USS Canopus, Shanghai, China, 1930s; note motion picture screen attached to the main mast
Tenryu in Shanghai, China, 1932USS Canopus, Shanghai, China, 1930s; note motion picture screen attached to the main mast
Japanese Navy Crossley armored cars fighting at the intersection of North Szechuen Road and Kewkong Road (now Sichuan North Road and Qiujiang Road), near the old Isis Theater, Shanghai, China, Jan 1932Chinese Army anti-aircraft gun crew, Shanghai, China, 1932
Japanese Navy Crossley armored cars fighting at the intersection of North Szechuen Road and Kewkong Road (now Sichuan North Road and Qiujiang Road), near the old Isis Theater, Shanghai, China, Jan 1932Chinese Army anti-aircraft gun crew, Shanghai, China, 1932
Chinese Army machine gun crew, Shanghai, China, 1932, photo 1 of 2Chinese Army machine gun crew, Shanghai, China, 1932, photo 2 of 2
Chinese Army machine gun crew, Shanghai, China, 1932, photo 1 of 2Chinese Army machine gun crew, Shanghai, China, 1932, photo 2 of 2
Soldiers of the Chinese 19th Route Army at a roadblock in the Zhabei District of Shanghai, China, Feb 1932Troops of Chinese 19th Route Army guarding a roadblock in Shanghai, China, circa 28 Feb 1932
Soldiers of the Chinese 19th Route Army at a roadblock in the Zhabei District of Shanghai, China, Feb 1932Troops of Chinese 19th Route Army guarding a roadblock in Shanghai, China, circa 28 Feb 1932
Chinese troops at a roadblock in Shanghai, China, 1932Chinese troops posing with a mortar, Shanghai, China, 1932
Chinese troops at a roadblock in Shanghai, China, 1932Chinese troops posing with a mortar, Shanghai, China, 1932
Memorial service in Shanghai, China for the Chinese soldiers fallen during the First Battle of Shanghai, mid-1932Yoshinori Shirakawa, Kichisaburo Nomura, and others at Hongkou Park (now Lu Xun Park) moments before a bomb was detonated, Shanghai, China, 29 Apr 1932
Memorial service in Shanghai, China for the Chinese soldiers fallen during the First Battle of Shanghai, mid-1932Yoshinori Shirakawa, Kichisaburo Nomura, and others at Hongkou Park (now Lu Xun Park) moments before a bomb was detonated, Shanghai, China, 29 Apr 1932

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"No bastard ever won a war by dying for his country. You win the war by making the other poor dumb bastard die for his country!"

George Patton, 31 May 1944


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