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Question 1: What does the following picture show?

  Soldiers of the Imperial Japanese Army in 1875.
  Japanese artillery unit, at the Koishikawa arsenal, Tokyo, in 1882. Photographed by Hugues Krafft.
  Disposition of Japanese Army Ground Forces in the Homeland at the Time of Capitulation, 18 August 1945.

Question 2: What does the following picture show?

  Soldiers of the Imperial Japanese Army in 1900
  Japanese artillery unit, at the Koishikawa arsenal, Tokyo, in 1882. Photographed by Hugues Krafft.
  Soldiers of the Imperial Japanese Army during the Satsuma Rebellion (Garrison of Kumamoto, 1877).
  Emperor Shōwa dressed as commander of the Imperial General Headquarters.

Question 3: What does the following picture show?

  Soldiers of the Imperial Japanese Army in 1875.
  Emperor Shōwa dressed as commander of the Imperial General Headquarters.
  Prince Kotohito Kan'in, chief of staff of the Army from 1931 until 1940

Question 4: What does the following picture show?

  Japanese artillery unit, at the Koishikawa arsenal, Tokyo, in 1882. Photographed by Hugues Krafft.
  Lt Gen Arthur Percival, led by a Japanese officer (center), marches under a flag of truce to negotiate the capitulation of Allied forces during the Battle of Singapore, on February 15, 1942.
  Training of the Shogunate troops by the first French Military Mission to Japan in 1867, just before the Boshin war (1868–1869) which led to the Meiji restoration.
  Emperor Shōwa dressed as commander of the Imperial General Headquarters.

Question 5: What does the following picture show?

  Disposition of Japanese Army Ground Forces in the Homeland at the Time of Capitulation, 18 August 1945.
  Training of the Shogunate troops by the first French Military Mission to Japan in 1867, just before the Boshin war (1868–1869) which led to the Meiji restoration.
  Prince Kotohito Kan'in, chief of staff of the Army from 1931 until 1940
  Soldiers of the Imperial Japanese Army in 1900

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  Lt Gen Arthur Percival, led by a Japanese officer (center), marches under a flag of truce to negotiate the capitulation of Allied forces during the Battle of Singapore, on February 15, 1942.
  Disposition of Japanese Army Ground Forces in the Homeland at the Time of Capitulation, 18 August 1945.
  Soldiers of the Imperial Japanese Army in 1875.
  Soldiers of the Imperial Japanese Army in 1900

Question 7: What does the following picture show?

  Soldiers of the Imperial Japanese Army in 1900
  Prince Kotohito Kan'in, chief of staff of the Army from 1931 until 1940
  Soldiers of the Imperial Japanese Army during the Satsuma Rebellion (Garrison of Kumamoto, 1877).
  Soldiers of the Imperial Japanese Army during the Satsuma Rebellion (Garrison of Kumamoto, 1877).

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

  Imperial Japanese Army uniform as worn on the expedition to Kiaochow.
  Japanese artillery unit, at the Koishikawa arsenal, Tokyo, in 1882. Photographed by Hugues Krafft.
  Soldiers of the Imperial Japanese Army in 1900
  Emperor Shōwa dressed as commander of the Imperial General Headquarters.

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  Training of the Shogunate troops by the first French Military Mission to Japan in 1867, just before the Boshin war (1868–1869) which led to the Meiji restoration.
  Prince Kotohito Kan'in, chief of staff of the Army from 1931 until 1940
  Soldiers of the Imperial Japanese Army in 1875.

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  Disposition of Japanese Army Ground Forces in the Homeland at the Time of Capitulation, 18 August 1945.
  Soldiers of the Imperial Japanese Army in 1875.
  Emperor Shōwa dressed as commander of the Imperial General Headquarters.
  Disposition of Japanese Army Ground Forces in the Homeland at the Time of Capitulation, 18 August 1945.







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