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File:Chinese killed by Japanese Army in a ditch, Hsuchow.jpg

Chinese_killed_by_Japanese_Army_in_a_ditch,_Hsuchow.jpg(400 × 453 pixels, file size: 38 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg)

from: 日寇暴行实录. 汉口. 1938

(del) (cur) 05:14, 14 April 2005 . . Caiqian (Talk) . . 400x453 (38436 bytes)

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It has now been agreed that the picture is valid. However it needs to be renamed - see to understand why. The location it too place at is at least 100km from Nanjing, so to call it the "nanjing ditch" is inappropriate. Perhaps "Hsuchow corpse ditch" would be better.

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