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After World War II, Japanese women and American GIs fell in love, and they were not ordinary relationships

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After World War II, a Japanese woman and an American soldier fell in love

After World War II, Japanese women and American GIs fell in love, and they were not ordinary relationships

Countless people have embarked on the road of escape, walking non-stop along the way, some of them have stopped moving, some seem to be dying.

After World War II, Japanese women and American GIs fell in love, and they were not ordinary relationships

The scene of the execution of the Boxers at Caishikou is a sea of people. Faced with the bloody execution scene, some people stared intently, their faces numb.

After World War II, Japanese women and American GIs fell in love, and they were not ordinary relationships

In the photographs of the late Qing Dynasty and the early Republic of China, the person with the iron chain is a prisoner

After World War II, Japanese women and American GIs fell in love, and they were not ordinary relationships

A hard-working man in chains, he is a serf, and he still has to work at such an old age

After World War II, Japanese women and American GIs fell in love, and they were not ordinary relationships

At that time, even some women were addicted to smoking, and a woman was lying in bed smoking a big cigarette

After World War II, Japanese women and American GIs fell in love, and they were not ordinary relationships

Victims breastfeeding were secretly photographed.

After World War II, Japanese women and American GIs fell in love, and they were not ordinary relationships

Late Qing Shanghai Qinglou Girls

After World War II, Japanese women and American GIs fell in love, and they were not ordinary relationships

The two warriors charged

After World War II, Japanese women and American GIs fell in love, and they were not ordinary relationships

These are the three female prisoners who were arrested at that time, all of whom were arrested for their participation in the Taiping Rebellion

After World War II, Japanese women and American GIs fell in love, and they were not ordinary relationships

The food is exhausted, and the bark and grass roots are eaten, and the hungry people have a hard time.

After World War II, Japanese women and American GIs fell in love, and they were not ordinary relationships

Street performers, shoemakers, coolies, petty traders, sanitation workers in 1900.

After World War II, Japanese women and American GIs fell in love, and they were not ordinary relationships

Monroe visits wounded soldiers in the army

After World War II, Japanese women and American GIs fell in love, and they were not ordinary relationships

慈禧太后

After World War II, Japanese women and American GIs fell in love, and they were not ordinary relationships

Men gathered to smoke cigarettes and enjoy the pleasure of opium

After World War II, Japanese women and American GIs fell in love, and they were not ordinary relationships

Women persecuted by the old society

After World War II, Japanese women and American GIs fell in love, and they were not ordinary relationships

The scene after the fall of Xuzhou

After World War II, Japanese women and American GIs fell in love, and they were not ordinary relationships

French soldiers smoking cigarettes

After World War II, Japanese women and American GIs fell in love, and they were not ordinary relationships

Late Qing Dynasty, city street scene

After World War II, Japanese women and American GIs fell in love, and they were not ordinary relationships

A pair of sailors hugged the girl tightly and kissed her affectionately as the good news spread around the world

After World War II, Japanese women and American GIs fell in love, and they were not ordinary relationships

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