sábado, 27 de julio de 2013

Photos - Fotos: Robert Capa - China 1938 - Sino-Japanese - War - Part 2 - 13 photos - Links



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. Chinese soldiers building a dike with sandbags.
 
 

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. Citizens returning home after the battle
 
  

CHINA. April 7th, 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. After the battle, a female student volunteer is decorated with Japanese grenades.
 
 

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. A victim of the battle.
 
 

CHINA. April 1938. Taierchwang, Suchow front. Chinese troops marching along the Grand Canal, on the outskirts of the town. The Battle of Taierchwang represented Japan's first defeat and created a widespread optimism on the possibility for China of defeating Japan.
 
 

CHINA. April 7th, 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.
 
 

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. After the battle, the wounded walk to the railroad in order to be evacuated.
 
 

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. After the battle the wounded walk to the railroad in order to be evacuated.
 
 

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. Many buildings were destroyed during the war.
 
 

CHINA. April 1938. Taierchwang, Suchow front. The Battle of Taierchwang (7th of April) represented Japan's first defeat and created a widespread optimism on the possibility for China of defeating Japan. Many buildings were destroyed during the battle.
 
 

CHINA. Hubei. Hankou. March, 1938. Young women being trained as Nationalist Chinese soldiers. After having lost Shanghai and Nankijng to the Japanese troops, CHANG KAI SHEK retreated to Hankou, where he resisted until late 1938.
 
 

CHINA. Hubei. Hankou. March, 1938. Members of the Nationalist Army. After having lost Shanghai and Nankijng to the Japanese troops, CHANG KAI SHEK retreated to Hankou, where he resisted until late 1938.
 
 

CHINA. Hubei. Hankou. March, 1938. A Woman responsible for training Nationalist female soldiers. After having lost Shanghai and Nanking to the Japanese troops, CHANG KAI SHEK retreated to Hankou, where he resisted until late 1938.


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