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【1926年 溥仪、婉容与威林顿夫妇、庄士敦合影 银盐纸基】这帧照片品相完美，裱在一张淡灰色的卡纸上，照片右下角有钢印“YAMAMOTO TIENTS IN”。卡纸上有墨笔题跋“威林顿伯爵惠存 宣统”。整张照片装在一个日本风格的黑漆描金相框中，极精美。相框背后贴有一张打字机打印的注释“TheirExcellencies with Pu-Yi and his Manchu Bride, and, on the left, Mr. R.F Johnston, his English tutor. Pu-Yi would to-day be Emperor of China if the Manchu Dynasty had not been superseded by the Republic in 1911. Tientsin, June 1926”。译文即“他们是溥仪阁下和他的满族妻子婉容，左边是他的英文教师庄士敦。如果1911年满清王朝未被中华民国所代替，那么溥仪先生今天仍会是中国皇帝。威林顿 天津，1926年6月” 钢印“YAMAMOTO TIENTSIN”是日本摄影师山本赞七郎的
Picture of Reginald Johnston, Empress Wan Rong, and Isabel Ingram in the Forbidden City, Beijing, China. The context of the photo is given by Isabel Ingram's diary entry for June 11, 1924: Went in at 10:30 as usual. Surprised the Emperor playing the piano in the Chien Hsiao Kung. The Empress was combing her hair. I watched the process. The Emperor came in and started to tickle her and was cutting up the whole day. It was suggested that my hair be combed Manchu style again. The Emperor agreed at
Chiang Kai Shek (October 31, 1887 – April 5, 1975) was a Chinese political and military leader best known for leading the Kuomintang during the second Sino-Japanese war. An ally to Sun Yat Sen, who advocated for democracy in China, Chiang Kai Shek and his followers eventually fled to Taiwan after the takeover of Mao Zedong and the Communist party.
YOSHIKO KAWASHIMA (1907-1948) was a Manchu princess brought up in Japan, who served as a spy in the service of the Japanese Kwantung Army and Manchukuo during the Second World War. Yoshiko was sent to school in Tokyo for an education that included judo and fencing and then lived a bohemian lifestyle for some years in Tokyo with a series of rich lovers, both men and women. She was considered "half tom-boy and half heroine, and with this passion for dressing up as a male."