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Calling cards in Chinese - from acquaintances and friends of Agnes Smedley.

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ContributorsSmedley, Agnes, 1892-1950 (Author)
Created1937 to 1940
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(Top photo) Wounded soldiers (Middle photo) Nurses and patients(duplicated) (Bottom photo) unidentified building

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ContributorsSmedley, Agnes, 1892-1950 (Author)
Created1928 to 1940
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(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

(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.

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ContributorsSmedley, Agnes, 1892-1950 (Author)
Created1937 to 1940
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(Top photo) Captured Japanese and Korean prisoners. Captured by the New Fourth Army Storm Guerilla Detachment in Central China and sent to 5th War Zone Headquarters. Two are Japanese woman, one Japanese soldier standing by them; the others are Korean spies for the Japs. (Bottom photo)Street scene, Kinkiang, Kiangsi (Jiangxi),

(Top photo) Captured Japanese and Korean prisoners. Captured by the New Fourth Army Storm Guerilla Detachment in Central China and sent to 5th War Zone Headquarters. Two are Japanese woman, one Japanese soldier standing by them; the others are Korean spies for the Japs. (Bottom photo)Street scene, Kinkiang, Kiangsi (Jiangxi), along the Yangtze.

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ContributorsSmedley, Agnes, 1892-1950 (Author)
Created1937 to 1940
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(Top photo) The Red cavalry practices maneuvers against air attacks. With the sound of an airplane, they drop to the earth and lie motionless, from the air appearing like piled up stones. (Bottom photo) A valley, Machiachung, in the Ta Hung range in Central Hupeh (Hubei). Scene of a 22-hour

(Top photo) The Red cavalry practices maneuvers against air attacks. With the sound of an airplane, they drop to the earth and lie motionless, from the air appearing like piled up stones. (Bottom photo) A valley, Machiachung, in the Ta Hung range in Central Hupeh (Hubei). Scene of a 22-hour battle between a Japanese column and the New 4th Army Storm Guerrilla Detachment.

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ContributorsSmedley, Agnes, 1892-1950 (Author)
Created1928 to 1940
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(Top photo)A potter makes wine jars for sale. (Bottom photo)Chinese soldiers who today police Hopei (Hebei) Province, north China; soldiers of General Sun Cheh-Yuan.

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ContributorsSmedley, Agnes, 1892-1950 (Author)
Created1937 to 1940
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A regiment of the New 4th Army guerillas fought the Japanese over the foothills of the Da Hung mountains, north of Hankow, while I waited with others on a hilltop from afar and tried to photograph some of them.

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ContributorsSmedley, Agnes, 1892-1950 (Author)
Created1937 to 1940
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(Top photo) A school boy in Tangho (Tanghe), Honan (Henan) knits his own sweater. (Bottom photo) A Red Army Regiment

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ContributorsSmedley, Agnes, 1892-1950 (Author)
Created1928 to 1940
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(Top photo) Dr. Nelson Fu is one of the most able physicians of China. He was trained in the British Missionary Hospital in Tingchow, Fukien Province in the south. He was a devout Christian, and remains a Christian today. In 1930 he joined the Red Army Medical Corps, was director

(Top photo) Dr. Nelson Fu is one of the most able physicians of China. He was trained in the British Missionary Hospital in Tingchow, Fukien Province in the south. He was a devout Christian, and remains a Christian today. In 1930 he joined the Red Army Medical Corps, was director of the Soviet Government Hospital in Shuikin, the Soviet capitol in Kiangsi (Jiangxi), went on the long march of over 8,000 miles from Kiangsi (Jiangxi) to the northwest, and is today director of the Government clinic in the Soviet capitol, Yenan (Yan'an). (Bottom photo) Carpet weavers at work in a Peiping factory.

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ContributorsSmedley, Agnes, 1892-1950 (Author)
Created1937 to 1940
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(Top photo) Stevedores loading Yangtze steamers. (Bottom photo)Stretcher bearer soldiers in Kwangsi (Guangxi) Army in the field, North Hupeh (Hubei) Front. (Bottom photo)