Japanese occupation forces in Kiukiang, China, during second Sino-Japanese war.
Kiukiang China Date:1938, October Duration:3 min 7 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Japanese soldiers in Kiukiang, China during the second Sino-Japanese war. They stage mock war exercises. Soldiers fire rifles and machine guns from a trench. The soldiers come down a hill. The quarters of General Shinroku Hata, Commander-in-Chief of Expeditionary Forces in central China. General Hata talks with General Hamada, Staff Officer of the Press and Propaganda Section. Exterior of the gateway to General Hata's quarters. Japanese Consul Komori and Japanese citizens of Kiukiang gather at Consul's residence to pay respect to the Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo. They bow towards the location of the Imperial Palace, in Tokyo, where the Emperor is "supposedly "bowing.
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