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Chongqing - The Famous City in the Second World War: Photo Annals of Vanishing Sceneries




Chongqing
The Famous City in the Second World War: Photo Annals of Vanishing Sceneries

By  
YU Feng (Author)

Chongqing Publishing House, 2008
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The sceneries in the photos are no more in existence. Located in an important communications hub, Chongqing, a peninsula surrounded by rivers, is the Mesopotamia in China's modern history. The city was called China's Jerusalem during the Anti-Japanese War. As one of the world famous cities like Washington D.C, London and Moscow in the Second World War, Chongqing proved its importance in the Far East during the war. A traveler with a pious heart of disciple, recorded the vanishing sceneries of the city with his photos taken in 10 years' time during the period of 1994-2003.
 
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The sceneries in the photos are no more in existence. Located in an important communications hub, Chongqing, a peninsula surrounded by rivers, is the Mesopotamia in China's modern history. The city was called China's Jerusalem during the Anti-Japanese Wa
 
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ISBN: 9787536693180
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 421
Sizes: 310x238mm
Publication: 1/2008
Weight: 3467g
Languages:
English



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