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Japanese Bombed the Training Hospital

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(Top and Bottom photos) The Japanese bombed the Red Cross Medical Corps' Training Hospital at Kweiyang (Guiyang). The wounded who could walk had gone into the hills as the planes approached. After the raid men formerly wounded at the front, were brought in again on stretchers to be operated upon.

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1937 to 1940

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After Japanese Bombing

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(Top and Bottom photos) The Japanese planes left the Red Cross Training Hospital in this condition.

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1937 to 1940

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Ambulance Units

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Chinese Red Cross Medical Corps ambulance units at work after a Japanese air-raid. These ambulance workers wear steel helmets and about their waists dressing belts presented to them from the American Red Cross.

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1937 to 1940

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Treating Wounded Soldiers

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(Top and Bottom photos) The wounded were brought into dressing stations a short distance off the battlefield.

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1937 to 1940

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Air-Raid Victims

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(Top and Bottom photos) Air-raid victims were brought into Chinese Red Cross Medical Corps Headquarters in Changsha.

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1937 to 1940

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Women Nurses and Beheading Scene

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(Top photo) Qualified women nurse conducting a physical examination of guerrilla troops along the Tientsin-Nanking (Tianjin-Nanjing) railway in Anhwei (Anhui) Province. These young women were formerly nurses in Nanking (Nanjing). I crossed the Yangtze (Yangzi) River with these women and

(Top photo) Qualified women nurse conducting a physical examination of guerrilla troops along the Tientsin-Nanking (Tianjin-Nanjing) railway in Anhwei (Anhui) Province. These young women were formerly nurses in Nanking (Nanjing). I crossed the Yangtze (Yangzi) River with these women and 100 men.
(Bottom photo) It was a bloody era in which workers, peasants and communists were beheaded in the streets.

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1937 to 1940