My interest in the Chinese has been rekindled by Twitter of all places. I'm not a great Tweeter and normally only use it for the football gossip, but I discovered that Peter Harmsen, author of Shanghai 1937: Stalingrad on the Yangtze, runs an account that provides news about the 1931-1945 Sino-Japanese conflict called China in WW2. He posts lots of interesting links and photos, some of which I've copied and posted below for interest.
Even if you are not a 'Twit', it's a resource well worth checking out (indeed there are some really interesting obscure military history ones on Twitter that are worth setting up an account just to follow).
|Chinese motorcycle patrol 1940|
|Chinese soldiers using Hotchkiss M 1922 in AA mode|
|Chinese soldier with Czech-made ZB vz 26 machine gun|
|Chinese soldiers dismount M3 Half-track|