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General Tang Enbo and journalist Theodore H. White, Henan Province, China, early 1943General Tang Enbo and photographer Harrison Forman, Henan Province, China, early 1943
General Tang Enbo and journalist Theodore H. White, Henan Province, China, early 1943General Tang Enbo and photographer Harrison Forman, Henan Province, China, early 1943
Tang Enbo, Henan Province, China, early 1943Wang Yaowu, Lu Han, Zhang Fakui, He Yingqin, Tang Enbo, Du Yuming, Xiao Yisu, and an unidentified high ranking US Army officer after the surrender ceremony in Zhijiang, Hunan Province, China, 21 Aug 1945
Tang Enbo, Henan Province, China, early 1943Wang Yaowu, Lu Han, Zhang Fakui, He Yingqin, Tang Enbo, Du Yuming, Xiao Yisu, and an unidentified high ranking US Army officer after the surrender ceremony in Zhijiang, Hunan Province, China, 21 Aug 1945
Major General D. L. Weart greeting General Tang Enbo during Double-Ten Day celebrations, Shanghai Race Course, Shanghai, China, 10 Oct 1945Tang Enbo inspecting a military police parade, Shanghai, China, 18 Feb 1949; note captured Japanese Type 97 Chi-Ha tank
Major General D. L. Weart greeting General Tang Enbo during Double-Ten Day celebrations, Shanghai Race Course, Shanghai, China, 10 Oct 1945Tang Enbo inspecting a military police parade, Shanghai, China, 18 Feb 1949; note captured Japanese Type 97 Chi-Ha tank
Tang Enbo (rear row, 2nd from left), Hiroshi Nemoto (front row, third from left), and others, date unknown
Tang Enbo (rear row, 2nd from left), Hiroshi Nemoto (front row, third from left), and others, date unknown
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