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Fuzhou Arsenal under construction, Fujian Province, China, 1867-1871Workers carrying a gun manufactured at Jiangnan Arsenal, Shanghai, China, circa 1890
Fuzhou Arsenal under construction, Fujian Province, China, 1867-1871Workers carrying a gun manufactured at Jiangnan Arsenal, Shanghai, China, circa 1890
Entrance of the Hubei Arsenal, China, 1894-1908Hanyang Arsenal, Hubei Province, China, date unknown
Entrance of the Hubei Arsenal, China, 1894-1908Hanyang Arsenal, Hubei Province, China, date unknown
Chinese armorer with a Madsen light machine gun, 1911Yan Xishan and Sun Yatsen, China, 1911
Chinese armorer with a Madsen light machine gun, 1911Yan Xishan and Sun Yatsen, China, 1911
President Yuan Shikai with foreign dignitaries, Beijing, China, 10 Oct 1913Settsu firing on German targets, Qingdao, Shandong, China, Oct-Nov 1914
President Yuan Shikai with foreign dignitaries, Beijing, China, 10 Oct 1913Settsu firing on German targets, Qingdao, Shandong, China, Oct-Nov 1914
Yan Xishan with other officers, China, 1916-1918Kim Gu and other members of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea in Shanghai, China, 17 Sep 1919
Yan Xishan with other officers, China, 1916-1918Kim 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 1921Puyi in a Beiyang Army uniform, China, circa early 1920s
Kim Gu and other members of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea in Shanghai, China, 1 Jan 1921Puyi in a Beiyang Army uniform, China, circa early 1920s
He Yingqin as the chief instructor of Whampoa (Huangpu) Academy, China, 1924Chiang Kaishek as the commandant of the Whampoa Military Academy, Guangdong Province, China, mid-1920s
He Yingqin as the chief instructor of Whampoa (Huangpu) Academy, China, 1924Chiang Kaishek as the commandant of the Whampoa Military Academy, Guangdong Province, China, mid-1920s
Chinese Madsen machine gun crew, date unknownChiang Kaishek with the graduates of the second class of the Whampoa Military Academy, Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, China, 6 Sep 1925
Chinese Madsen machine gun crew, date unknownChiang Kaishek with the graduates of the second class of the Whampoa Military Academy, Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, China, 6 Sep 1925
Bai Chongxi as the Chief of Staff of the Chinese National Revolutionary Army, 1926Chen Lifu (front row, sixth from left), Yang HU (front row, third from right) and other officers and officials at Whampoa Military Academy, Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, China, circa 1926
Bai Chongxi as the Chief of Staff of the Chinese National Revolutionary Army, 1926Chen Lifu (front row, sixth from left), Yang HU (front row, third from right) and other officers and officials at Whampoa Military Academy, Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, China, circa 1926
Zhang Zuolin (1), Zhang Zongchang (2), Wu Peifu (3), Zhang Xueliang (4), and others, Shuncheng Junwang Mansion, Beijing, China, 28 Jun 1926Chiang Kaishek, Hu Hanmin, Cai Yuanpei, Wu Zhihui, Li Shiceng, Deng Zeru, Gan Naiguang and others at the founding of the Nationalist Chinese Nanjing government, China, 18 Apr 1927
Zhang Zuolin (1), Zhang Zongchang (2), Wu Peifu (3), Zhang Xueliang (4), and others, Shuncheng Junwang Mansion, Beijing, China, 28 Jun 1926Chiang Kaishek, Hu Hanmin, Cai Yuanpei, Wu Zhihui, Li Shiceng, Deng Zeru, Gan Naiguang and others at the founding of the Nationalist Chinese Nanjing government, China, 18 Apr 1927

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