An inside look at the Japanese takeover of Shanghai's International Settlement, which began on December 8, 1941.
by Mark Felton, 08 December 2021
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Not enough to feed a budgie on a diet.
June 3, 2022 at 16:23 pm
I didn't realise that so many chins were still a thing. I thought they fell out of fashion around the same time as The British Empure. I've only ever seen them before on old black and white movies. How nostaligic!
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Either this is a reprint of an older article or it contains multiple errors. Or both.
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