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Dr. Yeh (Ye)

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(Top and Bottom photos) Dr. Yeh (Ye), in charge of the Anhwei Provincial Hospital, receives the sick and wounded, all of whom were treated without charge.

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1937 to 1940

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Laboratory

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(Top photo) In the Laboratory of the Chinese Red Medical Corps, Kweiyang (Guiyang), Kwangsi (Guangxi) Province.
(Bottom photo) In the Supply Department of the Chinese Red Cross Medical Corps, Kweiyang (Guiyang), Kwangsi (Guangxi) Province.

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1937 to 1940

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Training School

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(Top photo) The way the students in Lihwang (Lihuang), Anhwei (Anhui) Province, live.
(Bottom photo) Wall newspaper in the Administrative Training School, Lihwang (Lihuang), Anhwei (Anhui), in the enemy rear.

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1937 to 1940

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Training Hospital

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(Top and Bottom photos) In the wards of the Training Hospital of the Chinese Red Cross Medical Corps at Kweiyang (Guiyang), Kwangsi (Guangxi).

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1937 to 1940

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Training Ambulance Workers

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(Top and Bottom photos) Educated youth were trained as Red Cross Ambulance workers. General Joseph Stilwell and Col. Evans F. Carlson secured the first American Red Cross appropriation to help in their training.

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1937 to 1940

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Doctors

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(Top photo) In the center is a doctor of the New Fourth Army, wounded, whose dressing is being changed. (Bottom photo) Dr. Eric Landauer, member of the League of National Anti-Epidemic Commission, lectures on public health in the Medical Training School of the New Fourth Army. Dr. Gung (Gong) translated.

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1937 to 1940

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Chinese Soldiers

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Chinese soldiers, taught reading and writing in the Army, carving Chinese words from bamboo and arranging them into anti-Japanese slogans across the walls of buildings and towns. Sometimes they colored the words.

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1937 to 1940