Nationalist China's German Advisers pre WW 2

Cooperation between Germany and China was instrumental in modernizing the industry and the armed forces of the Republic of China prior to the Sino-Japanese War…
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Wolrad Prince de Schaumburg-Lippe (1887-1962) fils du prince George et de la princesse Marie de Saxe-Altenbourg (1864-1918)
Wolrad Prince de Schaumburg-Lippe (1887-1962) fils du prince George et de la princesse Marie de Saxe-Altenbourg (1864-1918)
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HH Kung, the richest man and finance minister of Republic of China, was sent by General Jiang, to visit Germany in June 1937. After a tough meeting with Göring, Kung was warmly received by Hitler on his mountain retreat.
two men shaking hands with other men in suits
HH Kung, the richest man and finance minister of Republic of China, was sent by General Jiang, to visit Germany in June 1937. After a tough meeting with Göring, Kung was warmly received by Hitler on his mountain retreat.
two men shaking hands with other men in suits
HH Kung, the richest man and finance minister of Republic of China, was sent by General Jiang, to visit Germany in June 1937. After a tough meeting with Göring, Kung was warmly received by Hitler on his mountain retreat.
a group of men standing next to each other in suits and ties under umbrellas
HH Kung, the richest man and finance minister of Republic of China, was sent by General Jiang, to visit Germany in June 1937. After a tough meeting with Göring, Kung was warmly received by Hitler on his mountain retreat.
a group of men standing next to each other in front of a building with umbrellas
HH Kung, the richest man and finance minister of Republic of China, was sent by General Jiang, to visit Germany in June 1937. After a tough meeting with Göring, Kung was warmly received by Hitler on his mountain retreat.
a group of men standing next to each other in front of a building with an umbrella
HH Kung, the richest man and finance minister of Republic of China, was sent by General Jiang, to visit Germany in June 1937. After a tough meeting with Göring, Kung was warmly received by Hitler on his mountain retreat.
black and white photograph of four men in suits with an american flag in the background
HH Kung, the richest man and finance minister of Republic of China, was sent by General Jiang, to visit Germany in June 1937. After a tough meeting with Göring, Kung was warmly received by Hitler on his mountain retreat.
two men standing next to each other in front of an umbrella with the caption, with a japanese declaration
HH Kung, the richest man and finance minister of Republic of China, was sent by General Jiang, to visit Germany in June 1937. After a tough meeting with Göring, Kung was warmly received by Hitler on his mountain retreat.
two men in suits standing next to each other with an american flag on top of them
HH Kung, the richest man and finance minister of Republic of China, was sent by General Jiang, to visit Germany in June 1937. After a tough meeting with Göring, Kung was warmly received by Hitler on his mountain retreat.
black and white photos of men in suits talking to each other while one man looks at his cell phone
HH Kung, the richest man and finance minister of Republic of China, was sent by General Jiang, to visit Germany in June 1937. After a tough meeting with Göring, Kung was warmly received by Hitler on his mountain retreat.
black and white photos of men in suits
HH Kung, the richest man and finance minister of Republic of China, was sent by General Jiang, to visit Germany in June 1937. After a tough meeting with Göring, Kung was warmly received by Hitler on his mountain retreat.
black and white photos of men in suits shaking hands
HH Kung, the richest man and finance minister of Republic of China, was sent by General Jiang, to visit Germany in June 1937. After a tough meeting with Göring, Kung was warmly received by Hitler on his mountain retreat.
black and white photos of men in suits shaking hands with an umbrella over their heads
HH Kung, the richest man and finance minister of Republic of China, was sent by General Jiang, to visit Germany in June 1937. After a tough meeting with Göring, Kung was warmly received by Hitler on his mountain retreat.
black and white photos of men in suits shaking hands with each other while others look on
HH Kung, the richest man and finance minister of Republic of China, was sent by General Jiang, to visit Germany in June 1937. After a tough meeting with Göring, Kung was warmly received by Hitler on his mountain retreat.