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Japanese Navy Shanghai Special Naval Landing Force personnel fighting from a sandbagged position in Shanghai, China, supported by dug-in Crossley armored cars, 1930sChinese troops at Bazi Bridge, Shanghai, China, circa early- or mid-1937
Japanese Navy Shanghai Special Naval Landing Force personnel fighting from a sandbagged position in Shanghai, China, supported by dug-in Crossley armored cars, 1930sChinese troops at Bazi Bridge, Shanghai, China, circa early- or mid-1937
A representative from a Shanghai womenA representative from a Shanghai women
A representative from a Shanghai women's association donating clothing to Chinese troops, Shanghai, China, circa Aug 1937, photo 1 of 2A representative from a Shanghai women's association donating clothing to Chinese troops, Shanghai, China, circa Aug 1937, photo 2 of 2
Chiang Kaishek in Shanghai, China, summer 1937Chinese entertainer visiting troops, Shanghai, China, Aug 1937
Chiang Kaishek in Shanghai, China, summer 1937Chinese entertainer visiting troops, Shanghai, China, Aug 1937
Chinese light cruiser Pinghai on the Yangtze River at Jiangyin, Jiangsu Province, China, Aug 1937Chinese soldier with a military uniform-clad boy in Shanghai, China prior to the Japanese invasion, Jul-Aug 1937
Chinese light cruiser Pinghai on the Yangtze River at Jiangyin, Jiangsu Province, China, Aug 1937Chinese soldier with a military uniform-clad boy in Shanghai, China prior to the Japanese invasion, Jul-Aug 1937
Japanese artillery in the streets of Shanghai, Aug 1937Japanese landing near Shanghai, Aug 1937
Japanese artillery in the streets of Shanghai, Aug 1937Japanese landing near Shanghai, Aug 1937
USS Augusta off Pudong Point, Shanghai, China, during Second Battle of Shanghai, Aug 1937Troops of the Chinese 88th Division marching toward Shanghai, China, circa early Aug 1937; note German M1935 helmets
USS Augusta off Pudong Point, Shanghai, China, during Second Battle of Shanghai, Aug 1937Troops of the Chinese 88th Division marching toward Shanghai, China, circa early Aug 1937; note German M1935 helmets
Crossley armored cars of the Japanese Shanghai Naval Landing Force, Shanghai, China, 10 Aug 1937Palace and Cathay Hotels damaged by accidental bombing, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937, photo 1 of 7
Crossley armored cars of the Japanese Shanghai Naval Landing Force, Shanghai, China, 10 Aug 1937Palace and Cathay Hotels damaged by accidental bombing, Shanghai, China, 14 Aug 1937, photo 1 of 7
Japanese soldiers guarding a Chinese prisoner of war at bayonet point, south of Yuepu, Shanghai, China, Aug 1937; note Japanese censorSmoke above Zhabei district of Shanghai during battle, Aug-Sep 1937
Japanese soldiers guarding a Chinese prisoner of war at bayonet point, south of Yuepu, Shanghai, China, Aug 1937; note Japanese censor's disallow stampSmoke above Zhabei district of Shanghai during battle, Aug-Sep 1937
Killed civilians on Nanjing Road, Shanghai, China, Aug 1937; note Japanese censorA boy scout tending to a toddler injured by Japanese bombing at South Station, Shanghai, China, 28 Aug 1937, photo 1 of 2
Killed civilians on Nanjing Road, Shanghai, China, Aug 1937; note Japanese censor's disallow stampA boy scout tending to a toddler injured by Japanese bombing at South Station, Shanghai, China, 28 Aug 1937, photo 1 of 2
A boy scout tending to a toddler injured by Japanese bombing at South Station, Shanghai, China, 28 Aug 1937, photo 2 of 2Boy in the ruins of South Station, Shanghai, China, 28 Aug 1937
A boy scout tending to a toddler injured by Japanese bombing at South Station, Shanghai, China, 28 Aug 1937, photo 2 of 2Boy in the ruins of South Station, Shanghai, China, 28 Aug 1937

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