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English: This terrified baby was almost the only human being left alive in Shanghai's South Station after brutal Japanese bombing. China, August 28, 1937., 1942 - 1945
Français : 28 août 1937, suite au bombardement par l'aviation japonaise de la Gare du Sud de Shanghai, un enfant survivant, assis en train de pleurer, seul au milieu des décombres.
Español: Este aterrado bebé fue casi el único sobreviviente en la Estación de Trenes del Sur de Shangái; despúes del brutal bombardeo por parte de los japoneses. Shangái, China. 28 de agosto de 1937.
中文(简体)‎: 1937年8月28日,中日战争爆发后,遭日机轰炸后的上海南站,一个幸存的婴儿
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English: 王小亭(wangxiaoting) for Shanghai Journal.Office for Emergency Management. Office of War Information. Overseas Operations Branch. New York Office. News and Features Bureau. (12/17/1942 - 09/15/1945) ( Most Recent)
中文: 《申报》记者王小亭[1] /战时信息管理局(12/17/1942 - 09/15/1945)
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  1. 李彬:《中国新闻社会史》,P206,清华大学出版社,2008.ISBN 978-7-302-17344-1
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