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General Iwane Matsui (1878-1948) of the Japanese Imperial Army at his Shanghai headquarters during the Second Sino-Japanese War in 1938. He was later executed as a war criminal for his role in the Nanking massacre.

General Iwane Matsui (1878-1948) of the Japanese Imperial Army at his Shanghai headquarters during the Second Sino-Japanese War in 1938. He was later executed as a war criminal for his role in the Nanking massacre.

Public Cemetery No. 1 outside Shanghai where Hallmark, Farrow and Spatz were executed on Oct. 15, 1942, in accordance with Japanese military custom. They were placed on their knees with their arms tied and blindfolded with black ink marks on the white cloth directly over the center of their foreheads. All three were shot simultaneously by three soldiers with rifles and were promptly cremated. (U.S. Air Force photo)

Public Cemetery No. 1 outside Shanghai where Hallmark, Farrow and Spatz were executed on Oct. 15, 1942, in accordance with Japanese military custom. They were placed on their knees with their arms tied and blindfolded with black ink marks on the white cloth directly over the center of their foreheads. All three were shot simultaneously by three soldiers with rifles and were promptly cremated. (U.S. Air Force photo)

Brasil na 2ª Guerra Mundial: como foi a participação, resumo, história e mais - Terra

Brasil na 2ª Guerra Mundial: como foi a participação, resumo, história e mais - Terra

1937- Japanese soldiers wait for the cook to dish out their meal at a field kitchen near Shanghai, China.

1937- Japanese soldiers wait for the cook to dish out their meal at a field kitchen near Shanghai, China.

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