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Photos - Fotos: Robert Capa - China 1938 - Sino-Japanese - War - 12 photos - Links


Robert Capa © International Center of Photography
CHINA. Taierchwang, Suchow front. April 1938. The Battle of Taierchwang represented Japan's first defeat and created a widespread optimism on the possibility for China of defeating Japan. Children watching the Chinese troops enter the town after the battle.


 
Robert Capa © International Center of Photography
CHINA. Hubei. Hankou. March 12th, 1938. Patriotic rally commemorating the 13th anniversary of SUN YAT-SEN's death and celebrating the Chinese resistance to the Japanese invasion of China. After having lost Shanghai and Nanking to the Japanese troops, CHANG KAI SHEK retreated to Hankou, where he resisted until late 1938.


 
Robert Capa © International Center of Photography
CHINA. Hubei. Hankou. March, 1938. Banners celebrating Chinese resistance to the Japanese invasion of China. After having lost Shanghai and Nankijng to the Japanese troops, Chang Kai Shek retreated to Hankou, where he resisted until late 1938.


 
Robert Capa © International Center of Photography
CHINA. Hubei. Hankou. March 12th, 1938. Patriotic rally commemorating the 13th anniversary of SUN YAT-SEN's death and celebrating the Chinese resistance to the Japanese invasion of China. After having lost Shanghai and Nanking to the Japanese troops, CHANG KAI SHEK retreated to Hankou, where he resisted until late 1938.


 
Robert Capa © International Center of Photography
CHINA. Hubei. Hankou. March 12th, 1938. Patriotic rally commemorating the 13th anniversary of SUN YAT-SEN's death and celebrating the Chinese resistance to the Japanese invasion of China. After having lost Shanghai and Nanking to the Japanese troops, CHANG KAI SHEK retreated to Hankou, where he resisted until late 1938.


 
Robert Capa © International Center of Photography
CHINA. Hubei. Hankou. March 12th, 1938. Patriotic rally commemorating the 13th anniversary of SUN YAT-SEN's death and celebrating the Chinese resistance to the Japanese invasion of China. After having lost Shanghai and Nanking to the Japanese troops, CHANG KAI SHEK retreated to Hankou, where he resisted until late 1938.


 
Robert Capa © International Center of Photography
CHINA. Near Taierchwang, Suchow front. April 1938. The Battle of Taierchwang represented Japan's first defeat and created a widespread optimism on the possibility for China of defeating Japan.


 
Robert Capa © International Center of Photography
CHINA. April 1938. Near Taierchwang, Suchow front. The Battle of Taierchwang represented Japan's first defeat and created a widespread optimism on the possibility for China of defeating Japan. A Peasant in a fox-hole.


 
Robert Capa © International Center of Photography
CHINA. Hubei. Hankou. August-September 1938. A meeting in the Headquarters of the Communist Party. After having lost Shanghai and Nanking to the Japanese troops, CHANG KAI SHEK retreated to Hankou, where he resisted until late 1938. During the Japanese invasion the Chinese Communist Party and the Nationalist Party formed a united front.
 


Robert Capa © International Center of Photography CHINA. April, 1938. Taierchwang, Suchow front. The Battle of Taierchwang represented Japan's first defeat and created a widespread optimism on the possibility for China of defeating Japan. Peasants carrying the wounded to the railroad, after the battle.jpg
 


Robert Capa © International Center of Photography
CHINA. Near Zhengzhou. June/July, 1938. As the Japanese advanced on Zhengzhou - the crossroad between the two major railroad lines of northern and eastern China, and the gateway to the Hankow region, CHIANG KAI SHEK to blow up the dikes of the Yellow River. The flood, which halted the Japanese only temporarily, inundated eleven cities and four thousand villages, destroyed the crops of 4 Provinces, and rendered 2 million people homeless.



Robert Capa © International Center of Photography
CHINA. Near Zhengzhou. June/July, 1938. As the Japanese advanced on Zhengzhou - the crossroad between the two major railroad lines of northern and eastern China, and the gateway to the Hankow region, CHIANG KAI SHEK ordered to blow up the dikes of the Yellow River. The flood, which halted the Japanese only temporarily, inundated eleven cities and four thousand villages, destroyed the crops of 4 Provinces, and rendered 2 million people homeless.





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