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Japanese troops marching in Hong Kong, mid-Dec 1941Takashi Sakai and Masaichi Niimi leading Japanese troops on a march on Queen
Japanese troops marching in Hong Kong, mid-Dec 1941Takashi Sakai and Masaichi Niimi leading Japanese troops on a march on Queen's Road, Hong Kong, 26 Dec 1941, photo 1 of 2
Takashi Sakai and Masaichi Niimi leading Japanese troops on a march on QueenJapanese troops in Hong Kong, late Dec 1941
Takashi Sakai and Masaichi Niimi leading Japanese troops on a march on Queen's Road, Hong Kong, 26 Dec 1941, photo 2 of 2Japanese troops in Hong Kong, late Dec 1941
American internees, Stanley Internment Camp, Hong Kong, early 1942Western bankers and businessmen being rounded up by the Japanese, Hong Kong, Dec 1941-Jan 1942
American internees, Stanley Internment Camp, Hong Kong, early 1942Western bankers and businessmen being rounded up by the Japanese, Hong Kong, Dec 1941-Jan 1942
Signs and banners in celebration of the first anniversary of the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong, 25 Dec 1942Chinese and Indian under the employment of the Japanese as policemen in occupied Hong Kong, 1940s
Signs and banners in celebration of the first anniversary of the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong, 25 Dec 1942Chinese and Indian under the employment of the Japanese as policemen in occupied Hong Kong, 1940s
B-25 bomber attacking shipping in Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong, possibly during the 16 Oct 1944 raid by US 14th Air ForceSmoke rising from Kowloon, Hong Kong, 16 Oct 1944; note Japanese fighter chasing the USAAF bomber from which this photo was taken
B-25 bomber attacking shipping in Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong, possibly during the 16 Oct 1944 raid by US 14th Air ForceSmoke rising from Kowloon, Hong Kong, 16 Oct 1944; note Japanese fighter chasing the USAAF bomber from which this photo was taken
US 14th Air Force B-24 and B-25 bombers attacking Hong Kong harbor, 16 Oct 1944, photo 1 of 2US 14th Air Force B-24 and B-25 bombers attacking Hong Kong harbor, 16 Oct 1944, photo 2 of 2
US 14th Air Force B-24 and B-25 bombers attacking Hong Kong harbor, 16 Oct 1944, photo 1 of 2US 14th Air Force B-24 and B-25 bombers attacking Hong Kong harbor, 16 Oct 1944, photo 2 of 2
C-46A aircraft at rest, Hong Kong, circa 1945Taikoo Dockyard facilities under American aerial attack, Hong Kong, 16 Jan 1945. Photo 1 of 2
C-46A aircraft at rest, Hong Kong, circa 1945Taikoo Dockyard facilities under American aerial attack, Hong Kong, 16 Jan 1945. Photo 1 of 2
Taikoo Dockyard facilities under American aerial attack, Hong Kong, 16 Jan 1945. Photo 2 of 2The port of Honk Kong under attack by American planes from Task Force 38, 16 Jan 1945, while Task Force 38 was still in the South China Sea.
Taikoo Dockyard facilities under American aerial attack, Hong Kong, 16 Jan 1945. Photo 2 of 2The port of Honk Kong under attack by American planes from Task Force 38, 16 Jan 1945, while Task Force 38 was still in the South China Sea.
US aircraft attacking Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong, 16 Jan 1945British troops disembarking at Hong Kong, 30 Aug 1945
US aircraft attacking Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong, 16 Jan 1945British troops disembarking at Hong Kong, 30 Aug 1945
Ceremony at the Cenotaph at Central, Hong Kong marking the liberation of Hong Kong, 30 Aug 1945, photo 1 of 4Ceremony at the Cenotaph at Central, Hong Kong marking the liberation of Hong Kong, 30 Aug 1945, photo 2 of 4
Ceremony at the Cenotaph at Central, Hong Kong marking the liberation of Hong Kong, 30 Aug 1945, photo 1 of 4Ceremony at the Cenotaph at Central, Hong Kong marking the liberation of Hong Kong, 30 Aug 1945, photo 2 of 4

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