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Ki-21 bombers in flight over Hamamatsu, Japan, date unknownJapanese Ki-21 bomber dropping bombs on Chongqing, China, China, 14 Sep 1940; note Yangtze River
Ki-21 bombers in flight over Hamamatsu, Japan, date unknownJapanese Ki-21 bomber dropping bombs on Chongqing, China, China, 14 Sep 1940; note Yangtze River
Ki-21-II bombers in flight over a mountain range, circa 1940sJapanese Army pilot exiting a Ki-21 bomber aircraft, 1942
Ki-21-II bombers in flight over a mountain range, circa 1940sJapanese Army pilot exiting a Ki-21 bomber aircraft, 1942
Ki-21 bomber at rest at the airfield in Hamamatsu, Japan, 1940sKi-21 bombers in flight, date unknown
Ki-21 bomber at rest at the airfield in Hamamatsu, Japan, 1940sKi-21 bombers in flight, date unknown
Japanese paratroopers descending on Pangkalan Benteng airfield or Pladju refineries in southern Sumatra, Dutch East Indies, 13 Feb 1942, photo 2 of 2Ki-21 bomber in flight over Hamamatsu, Japan, date unknown
Japanese paratroopers descending on Pangkalan Benteng airfield or Pladju refineries in southern Sumatra, Dutch East Indies, 13 Feb 1942, photo 2 of 2Ki-21 bomber in flight over Hamamatsu, Japan, date unknown
Ki-21-3 bombers at an airfield, 1940sView from an American A-20 Havoc aircraft during a bomber run against a Japanese airfield, 1943-1945; note Ki-21 aircraft about to be destroyed
Ki-21-3 bombers at an airfield, 1940sView from an American A-20 Havoc aircraft during a bomber run against a Japanese airfield, 1943-1945; note Ki-21 aircraft about to be destroyed
Wreckage of a Japanese Army Ki-21 aircraft, modified for special attack duty, Okinawa, Japan, May 1945Collapsed Ki-21 bomber, Penfoei, Timor, Dutch East Indies, 2 Oct 1945; the aircraft had an accident while bringing General K. Yamada to Timor for the surrender ceremony without anyone being hurt
Wreckage of a Japanese Army Ki-21 aircraft, modified for special attack duty, Okinawa, Japan, May 1945Collapsed Ki-21 bomber, Penfoei, Timor, Dutch East Indies, 2 Oct 1945; the aircraft had an accident while bringing General K. Yamada to Timor for the surrender ceremony without anyone being hurt
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Chiang Kaishek, 31 Jul 1937