(Top photo) Commanders of the Storm Guerrilla Detachment of the New 4th Army north of Hankow (Hankou), with whom I lived in a No-man's land north of Hankow. 2nd from left is the commander (civilian) of a regiment of puppet troops who shot their Japanese "advisers" and deserted to the guerrillas with weapons and ammunition. Next: Tao Chu, brilliant 8th Route Army organizer; Li Hsien-nien, a carpenter, commander of the Guerrilla Detachment of 6,000 men. Extreme right: a wealthy salt-mine owner who led the salt miners to join the Detachment, commanded them, and used his wealth to finance the detachment. This man's Tsai, wears a captured Japanese overcoat. (Bottom photo) Wherever the Japanese open morphine-cocaine-heroin shops they hang out the Japanese flag. Photo in the market place of San Ho, North China.
- Army Commanders
- The Japanese opium shop
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1928 to 1940
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