Item CPC/1/H/10 - The Japanese did not respect public morality, they urinated in the street

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CPC/1/H/10

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The Japanese did not respect public morality, they urinated in the street

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  • nd [Apr 1947] (Creation)

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AC 205

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Woman reprimands poorly dressed child who is about to pee against the wall; an insert above shows Japanese soldiers doing the same. Handwritten inscription on poster by John S Willis, in Hong Kong, April 1947. Willis has translated the Chinese into English

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  • Chinese

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459mm x 610mm

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