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IMAGE CREDITS

 

Grateful acknowledgment is made to the following for permission to use historical images:

[email protected] Cities Project (Institut d’Asie Orientale); www.virtualshanghai.net

Buck Clayton Collection; Dr. Kenneth J. LaBudde Department of Special Collections, Miller Nichols Library, University of Missouri – Kansas City

The Louis-Philippe Messelier Archive 2012. Vincent Messelier-Gouze Copyright.

Imperial Japanese Navy photos from Brent Jones collection www.astoria.org;

National Museum of the US Air Force

Bundesarchiv, Bild 146-1972-028-14 / CC-BY-SA and 146-1985-083-10 / CC-BY-SA

Milken Archive;  www.milkenarchive.org/people/view/all/630/Aaron+Avshalomov

Yad Vashem and Ho Family Collection

Yad Vashem and Osterreisches Inst. fuer Zeitgeschichte

Yad Vashem and Beth Hatefutsoth

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum; courtesy  of Benjamin Gelbfis

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum; courtesy of Jerome Garchik

The Leo Baeck Institute

The Black Heritage Society of Washington State, Inc.

 

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