Chinese Nationalist flag flying on Sihang Godown (四行仓库), Shanghai, 29 October 1937
University of Bristol - Historical Photographs of China reference number: JM04-102. Photograph numbered 102, published in 'The Sino-Japanese Hostilities 1937 / Shanghai'. Caption in Index: 'Joint Savings Society Godown flying Chinese flag. Oct. 29, 1937.' The Joint Savings Society Godown (JSS or Sihang Warehouse 四行仓库) is on the left. The Continental Bank Godown is on the right. As viewed from a lumber yard in the International Settlement, across Suzhou Creek. The godowns were the location of part of the Battle of Shanghai, as dramatised in the (historically inaccurate) blockbuster film 'The Eight Hundred' (八佰 Ba Bai). See JM02-071, JM04-101 and JM04-103.
Friday 29 October 1937
Black and white photograph
University of Bristol Library, Special Collections