China Incident

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Re: China Incident

Post by Luftflotte2 » 10 Sep 2015 17:06

Peter H wrote:Same source

"Central China Front"
This picture was taken in 1941. It is the 7th Tank regiment with the left Type 94 being from the 3rd Company and the right from the newly formed 4th Company. This information is from Taki's blog.

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Re: China Incident

Post by Luftflotte2 » 09 Nov 2015 20:23

I think these are French import aircraft in Japanese use.

source; ebay.com
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Re: China Incident

Post by Akira Takizawa » 10 Nov 2015 01:30

Luftflotte2 wrote:I think these are French import aircraft in Japanese use.
No, they were produced in Japan.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salmson_2 ... al_history

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Re: China Incident

Post by Luftflotte2 » 17 Feb 2016 16:53

I didn't realize this. Thank you.

This photo is captioned as Chinese puppet leaders.
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Re: China Incident

Post by Luftflotte2 » 13 Apr 2016 17:01

Japanese tankers in the waters of Shanghai, 1937.

From the album of US Navy Sailor August Liguori. In 1936 he served on USS Relief, a Hospital Ship, then later on the USS Canopus starting in 1937.
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Re: China Incident

Post by tigre » 03 May 2016 02:03

Hello to all :D; a query...............................

Frontline at Shanghai.

According to the caption of the photo below the commander of the Tozawa unit, who was injured during a landing, reporting to Admiral Kiyoshi Hasegawa (Commander of the 3rd Imperial Fleet).................................

Sources: http://www.ebay.com/itm/WWII-China-Japa ... 1846296199.

Any thoughts on this unit and its employment in the Battle of Shanghai? TIA. Cheers. Raul M 8-).
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