|Object Name||Computer, Digital|
The photo was probably taken in Nanking (Nanjingf) in 1946. It shows that General Marshall was talking with someone during a party.
This photo was taken after Eng, Ernest K. H.'s twenty-eight days trip, which took him through the Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean Sea, Suez Canal, Red Sea, Arabian Sea, Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal, to India. He sailed from Boston, Massachusetts on the USS (United States Ship) General Scott, a transport manned by the U.S. Coast Guard, to India. On the ship, he was with members of the Chinese Group at Fort Snelling, Minnesota. And then he left India to Kunming. On October 13, 1945, he was assigned to Chungking (Chongqing), China, as aide-de-camp to General Paul W. Caraway, Commanding General of the Chungking (Chongqing) Liaison Group. November 1945, the Chungking Liaison Group was inactivitated and he was assigned to the office of the Theater Commander in Shanghai. On December 22nd he was assigned to General Marshall's staff.
|Title||General Marshall was talking with someone during a party in Nanking (Nanjing) 1946|
|Dimension Details||Original size of the photo is 4.7*3.8".|
|Collection||Eng, Ernest K. H.|