Old photos of Japanese invasion of China: Hell empty demons in Nanjing

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Old photos of Japanese invasion of China: Hell empty demons in Nanjing

2018-11-14 00:25:30 286 ℃
This group of pictures shared today for readers and friends is an old photograph of Japanese soldiers in Nanjing during the Japanese invasion of China. Through this set of photos, we can review the images that have survived in this history. Photographs were taken during the Japanese occupation of Nanjing in 1938. Old photographs taken by Japanese soldiers were found in private albums of Japanese veterans after the war. They recorded the life of the Japanese troops when they were stationed in Nanjing. Most of these soldiers participated in the Nanjing Massacre, and their hands were stained with the blood of the Chinese people. Photograph taken in 1938, after the Nanjing Massacre, Japanese soldiers stationed in Nanjing, photos were published in the private album of the Japanese veterans after the war. Photographed in 1938, after the Nanjing Massacre, Japanese soldiers stationed in Nanjing, photos were published in the private album of the Japanese veterans after the war. Photographed in 1938, after the Nanjing Massacre, Japanese soldiers stationed in Nanjing, photos were published in the private album of the Japanese veterans after the war. Photograph taken in 1938, after the Nanjing Massacre, Japanese soldiers stationed in Nanjing, photos were published in the private album of the Japanese veterans after the war. Photographed in 1938, after the Nanjing Massacre, Japanese soldiers stationed in Nanjing, photos were published in the private album of the Japanese veterans after the war. Photographed in 1938, after the Nanjing Massacre, Japanese soldiers stationed in Nanjing, photos were published in the private album of the Japanese veterans after the war.