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Wang Jingwei having a toast with some Nazis, 1941. He always flew the ROC flag and claimed to be the legitimate government.

Author: Photographer working for the government of the Reorganized National Government of China

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actuel7 novembre 2005 à 06:01Vignette pour la version du 7 novembre 2005 à 06:01520 × 404 (45 Kio)MiborovskyWang Jingwei having a toast with some Nazis, 1941. He always flied the ROC flag and pretended to the legitimate government. {{PD-China}} Category:Second Sino-Japanese War

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