The War Illustrated No 130 Vol 5 June 12th 1942

Japanese Tanks at the Front in China PEACE AND WAR are curiously symbolized by the juxtaposition of these light Japanese tanks with the old Chinese gate. The "yellow Nazis” have been forcing the gates of China for over five years now, but in spite of their superior military strength victory eludes them. 'IN NORTH CHINA Japanese army tanks in a victory parade (above). Tanks lineup for inspection (right), and, boneath, mechanics servicing tanks while the crews stand on guard. At the end of May the Japanese were concen­trating for yet another major offensive against China, in the province of Chekiang, south of Shanghai. Photos, Pictorial Press
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