Leo H. Lamb at the Japanese surrender, Peking

Leo H. Lamb at the Japanese surrender, Peking


University of Bristol - Historical Photographs of China reference number: JS04-050.  Photograph taken at the official surrender of the Japanese Armies of 47 Divisions in China, to the Chinese and representatives of the allied forces, in the Forbidden City, Peking (Beijing), on 10 October 1945.  John E. Stanfield, then a Major in the Royal Signals, Special Operations Executive, Force 136, witnessed the occasion, and signed the surrender documents as the representative of the British Army. See JS-s013, JS-s035, JS-s038, JS-s118, JS-s119, JS03-40, JS03-42, JS03-43, JS03-44, JS03-45, JS03-46, JS03-47, JS03-48, JS03-49, JS04-048, JS04-049, JS04-052, JS04-055, JS04-056, JS04-057, JS04-059, JS04-060, JS04-062, JS04-063.  Sir Lionel (Leo) Henry Lamb (1900-1992), a British diplomat in the China Consular Service, is on the left.  See http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/01629779200000291?journalCode=raaf20.

Caption in album or on mount

Leo Lamb




Wednesday 10 October 1945




Black and white photograph

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