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Description
ID18
NameGeorge Krainukov
Family NameKrainukov
Given NameGeorge
Field of ActivityPress Photography
Biographical informationGeorge Krainukov was in China at the time of the Sino-Japanese conflict, both in Peking and Shanghai. He had been working for Universal and took part to the filming of Oil for the Lamps of China (1935) as a second operator. Yet he was known mostly as a photographer who covered the Sino-Japanese conflict during the 1930s. George Krainukov is said to have changed is name to Crane. See http://history.sandiego.edu/gen/filmnotes/newsreel.html
Images from this Photographer (3 results)

A refugee mother carrying her child
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Chinese refugees stream into the International Settlement
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Fleeing Chinese seek safety at the gates of the French Concession
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