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Mao Zedong meeting Che Guevara Featured Related Images Print

Mao Zedong meeting Che Guevara

Chinese Communist leader, Mao Zedong (1893-1976), also known as Chairman Mao. Seen here meeting and greeting Ernesto "Che" Guevara (1928-1967), the Argentinian Marxist revolutionary, physician, writer, guerrilla leader, diplomat, military theorist, and major figure in the Cuban Revolution, who had taken a pro-Chinese stance on a split between China and Soviet Russia

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Festival Stilt Dance and Dancers - Dalian, Manchukuo, China Featured Related Images Print

Festival Stilt Dance and Dancers - Dalian, Manchukuo, China

Manchukuo - a puppet state of the Empire of Japan in Northeast China and Inner Mongolia from 1932 until 1945. It was founded as a republic, but in 1934 it became a constitutional monarchy. It had limited international recognition and was under the de facto control of Japan. A Festival Stilt Dance. The area, collectively known as Manchuria, was the homeland of the Manchus, including the emperors of the Qing dynasty. In 1931, the region was seized by Japan following the Mukden Incident and a pro-Japanese government was installed one year later with Puyi, the last Qing emperor, as the nominal regent and later emperor.[1] Manchukuo's government was dissolved in 1945 after the surrender of Imperial Japan at the end of World War II. Date: circa 1930s

Anna May Wong in The Circle of Chalk Featured Related Images Print

Anna May Wong in The Circle of Chalk

Miss Anna May wong as Chang-Hi-Tang dancing before the tea-shop keeper in The Circle of Chalk, an ancient Chinese lay translated into English by James Laver and produced at the New Theatre in London by Mr. Basil Dean, with a cast headed by Anna May Wong as Chang-Hi-Tang, a young girl who is sold to a tea-house by her poverty striken mother. Date: 1929

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