The Japanese Imperial Army march into Beijing during the Second Sino-Japanese War. The occupying soldiers march through Chen-men, the main gate leading onward to the palaces in the Forbidden City. Beijing, China. 13 August 1937. Japan Occupational, Sinojapan Wars, Japanese Occupational, Rise Sun, Forbidden Cities, Auguste 13, Japan Soldiers, Wars Ii, China
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Japanese soldiers show off the bullet-pocked helmet that saved the life of their comrade (center) during the Battle of Beiping (Beijing)-Tianjin of the Second Sino-Japanese War. The Battle of Beiping-Tianjin was actually a series of battles of fought in the proximity of Beijing and Tianjin, China between Imperial Japanese forces and Chinese forces and would result in a Japanese victory. With the fall of Beijing and Tianjin, the North China Plain was helpless against the Japanese divisions which occupied it by the end of the year. The Chinese National Revolutionary Army was in constant retreat until the hard fought Battle of Taierzhuang in March 1938. Tianjin, People’s Republic of China. July 1937.
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