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Chen Yi and Su Yu in Jiangsu Province, China, mid-1940Liu Shaoqi, Jacob Rosenfeld, and Chen Yi in Yancheng, Jiangsu Province, China, May 1943
Chen Yi and Su Yu in Jiangsu Province, China, mid-1940Liu Shaoqi, Jacob Rosenfeld, and Chen Yi in Yancheng, Jiangsu Province, China, May 1943
Bao Yibo, Song Renqiong, Chen Yi, and Teng Daiyuan, China, 1945Chen Yi and Su Yu during the Battle of Laiwu, Shandong Province, China, 1947
Bao Yibo, Song Renqiong, Chen Yi, and Teng Daiyuan, China, 1945Chen Yi and Su Yu during the Battle of Laiwu, Shandong Province, China, 1947
Su Yu, Deng Xiaoping, Liu Bocheng, Chen Yi, and Tan Zhenlin, Cihna, Dec 1948Chen Yi and Ji Pengfei visiting Dresden, East Germany, 16 Oct 1954
Su Yu, Deng Xiaoping, Liu Bocheng, Chen Yi, and Tan Zhenlin, Cihna, Dec 1948Chen Yi and Ji Pengfei visiting Dresden, East Germany, 16 Oct 1954
Portrait of Chen Yi, 1955Chen Yi, the Dalai Lama, and the Panchen Lama at a political event aimed at improving ethnic relations between Han and Tibetan peoples, 1956
Portrait of Chen Yi, 1955Chen Yi, the Dalai Lama, and the Panchen Lama at a political event aimed at improving ethnic relations between Han and Tibetan peoples, 1956
Chen Yi, Zhang Jingwu, and Wang Fengtong and other Han Chinese representatives negotiating with Tibetan representatives, China, Apr 1956Zhang Wentian, Mao Zedong, Song Qingling, Zhou Enlai, and Chen Yi at Zhongnanhai, Beijing, China, Oct 1956
Chen Yi, Zhang Jingwu, and Wang Fengtong and other Han Chinese representatives negotiating with Tibetan representatives, China, Apr 1956Zhang Wentian, Mao Zedong, Song Qingling, Zhou Enlai, and Chen Yi at Zhongnanhai, Beijing, China, Oct 1956
Song Qingling, Sukarno, Chen Yi, and others, Shanghai, China, 11 Oct 1956
Song Qingling, Sukarno, Chen Yi, and others, Shanghai, China, 11 Oct 1956
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"No bastard ever won a war by dying for his country. You win the war by making the other poor dumb bastard die for his country!"

George Patton, 31 May 1944


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