Wartime Chinese orphans with their hands over their ears as they sing a bombing song, “Oom, Oom, Oom” (the sound of the planes) at an orphanage funded by United China Relief, a central U.S. organization for eight Chinese aid societies. Taken in Chungking, July 1941 by Margaret Bourke-White for LIFE Magazine.

Sources: Google Cultural Institute, Chenmodemaque blog

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Japanese Naval Landing Force awaiting attack orders whilst wearing gas masks in anticipation of a potential poison gas attack by the Chinese Army, maintaining the frontlines until the arrival of reinforcements at Chapei, Shanghai, August, 1937.

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