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He Yingqin as the chief instructor of Whampoa (Huangpu) Academy, China, 1924Dr. Sun Yatsen (seated) posing with He Yingqin, Chiang Kaishek, and Wang Boling, Whampoa Military Academy, Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, Republic of China, 16 Jun 1924
He Yingqin as the chief instructor of Whampoa (Huangpu) Academy, China, 1924Dr. Sun Yatsen (seated) posing with He Yingqin, Chiang Kaishek, and Wang Boling, Whampoa Military Academy, Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, Republic of China, 16 Jun 1924
Portrait of He Yingqin, circa 1920sGroup portrait of Army reorganization conference attendees, China, 25 Jan 1929
Portrait of He Yingqin, circa 1920sGroup portrait of Army reorganization conference attendees, China, 25 Jan 1929
Chiang Kaishek at a military planning session, China, circa 1938-1940; note He Yingqin to ChiangHe Yingqin with the Chinese air crew which had just completed a leaflet dropping mission over Japan, 1938
Chiang Kaishek at a military planning session, China, circa 1938-1940; note He Yingqin to Chiang's rightHe Yingqin with the Chinese air crew which had just completed a leaflet dropping mission over Japan, 1938
Bai Chongxi, He Yingqin, and Xia Wei, China, circa 1930sHe Yingqin, China, circa 1940s
Bai Chongxi, He Yingqin, and Xia Wei, China, circa 1930sHe Yingqin, China, circa 1940s
Portrait of He Yingqin, circa 1940sPortrait of He Yingqin, circa 1940s
Portrait of He Yingqin, circa 1940sPortrait of He Yingqin, circa 1940s
He Yingqin inspecting a suspension bridge built by trainees at Ramgarh Training Center, India, Feb 1943Chiang Kaishek, He Yingqin, and Wu Tiecheng, Chongqing, China, 14 Jun 1943
He Yingqin inspecting a suspension bridge built by trainees at Ramgarh Training Center, India, Feb 1943Chiang Kaishek, He Yingqin, and Wu Tiecheng, Chongqing, China, 14 Jun 1943
He Yingqin, Donald Nelson, Joseph Stilwell, Patrick Hurley in Chongqing, China, Sep 1944Albert Wedemeyer, He Yingqin, and another officer, Chongqing, China, Oct 1944
He Yingqin, Donald Nelson, Joseph Stilwell, Patrick Hurley in Chongqing, China, Sep 1944Albert Wedemeyer, He Yingqin, and another officer, Chongqing, China, Oct 1944
He Yingqin in Yunnan Province, China, 1945He Yingqin with US officers, China, 1940s
He Yingqin in Yunnan Province, China, 1945He Yingqin with US officers, China, 1940s
An unidentified Chinese officer, General Robert B. McClure, General He Yingqin, General Zhang Fakui, and General Harwood Bowman at BowmanWang 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
An unidentified Chinese officer, General Robert B. McClure, General He Yingqin, General Zhang Fakui, and General Harwood Bowman at Bowman's headquarters in Guangxi Province, China, 7 Jun 1945Wang 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
Chinese General He Yingqin signing the Japanese surrender document at the Chinese Military Academy in Nanjing, China, 9 Sep 1945, photo 1 of 2Chinese General He Yingqin signing the Japanese surrender document at the Chinese Military Academy in Nanjing, China, 9 Sep 1945, photo 2 of 2
Chinese General He Yingqin signing the Japanese surrender document at the Chinese Military Academy in Nanjing, China, 9 Sep 1945, photo 1 of 2Chinese General He Yingqin signing the Japanese surrender document at the Chinese Military Academy in Nanjing, China, 9 Sep 1945, photo 2 of 2

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