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Rare Photographs Of 1917-1950 Japan

Show girls from the Mikado theater in Tokyo, their legs crossed and bare feet dangling near the water, pose on the side of a swimming pool at a new American air base at Yokota, Japan on August 17, 1946. How one male, presumably a soldier, got into the otherwise all-girl lineup at pool’s edge was not explained. Uniformed soldiers stand behind the girls. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

Here’s an amazing collection of rare photographs of Japan taken between 1917-1950 by Associated Press journalist Charles Gorry. The photos show Japan and its citizens before and after World War II. Check out these very rare photographs of 1917-1950 Japan.

Fifty thousand students in and round Tokyo are undergoing rigorous training for war. Some of their numbers as they participate in maneuvers, equipped with bicycles to facilitate quick arrival at the front in Tokyo on Nov. 5, 1936. (AP Photo)

Fifty thousand students in and round Tokyo are undergoing rigorous training for war. Some of their numbers as they participate in maneuvers, equipped with bicycles to facilitate quick arrival at the front in Tokyo on Nov. 5, 1936. (AP Photo)

Hundred of Buddhists, clad in the armor of old time Japanese samurai, are forming a procession through Tokyo, carrying an image of Buddha from one temple to another, on January 28, 1933. (AP Photo)

Hundred of Buddhists, clad in the armor of old time Japanese samurai, are forming a procession through Tokyo, carrying an image of Buddha from one temple to another, on January 28, 1933. (AP Photo)

Johnny Weissmuller is shown competing in an international swimming tournament at the Tamagawa pool on the outskirts of Tokyo, Japan, in November 1928, shortly before he announced he would turn professional. (AP Photo)

Johnny Weissmuller is shown competing in an international swimming tournament at the Tamagawa pool on the outskirts of Tokyo, Japan, in November 1928, shortly before he announced he would turn professional. (AP Photo)

This photograph from 1877 shows visitors at the First Industrial Exhibition held in Tokyo, Japan. While some of the men are clad in traditional kimonos, others are wearing western jackets and trousers. (AP Photo)

This photograph from 1877 shows visitors at the First Industrial Exhibition held in Tokyo, Japan. While some of the men are clad in traditional kimonos, others are wearing western jackets and trousers. (AP Photo)

Tokyo – A typical street scene. Date: 01/01/1917

Tokyo – A typical street scene.
Date: 01/01/1917

The Akasaka district, one of Tokyo’s residential areas, lies in ruins after the 8.3 magnitude earthquake on Sept. 1, 1923. (AP Photo)

The Akasaka district, one of Tokyo’s residential areas, lies in ruins after the 8.3 magnitude earthquake on Sept. 1, 1923. (AP Photo)

Show girls from the Mikado theater in Tokyo, their legs crossed and bare feet dangling near the water, pose on the side of a swimming pool at a new American air base at Yokota, Japan on August 17, 1946. How one male, presumably a soldier, got into the otherwise all-girl lineup at pool’s edge was not explained. Uniformed soldiers stand behind the girls. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

Show girls from the Mikado theater in Tokyo, their legs crossed and bare feet dangling near the water, pose on the side of a swimming pool at a new American air base at Yokota, Japan on August 17, 1946. How one male, presumably a soldier, got into the otherwise all-girl lineup at pool’s edge was not explained. Uniformed soldiers stand behind the girls. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

Machine tools and parts for machinery are being made with metal melted down from scrap salvaged from the wreckage of former war plants. Girl employees check salvaged material, set out on the floor of a warehouse in Tokyo on July 26, 1946, to determine what can be used and what must be melted down to make new parts. (AP Photo)

Machine tools and parts for machinery are being made with metal melted down from scrap salvaged from the wreckage of former war plants. Girl employees check salvaged material, set out on the floor of a warehouse in Tokyo on July 26, 1946, to determine what can be used and what must be melted down to make new parts. (AP Photo)

General view of Palace Heights looking towards downtown Tokyo on June 10, 1946. In background is the Imperial Palace and the moat surrounding the grounds of the emperor. The first families are expected to arrive next month at which time the project is expected to be finished. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

General view of Palace Heights looking towards downtown Tokyo on June 10, 1946. In background is the Imperial Palace and the moat surrounding the grounds of the emperor. The first families are expected to arrive next month at which time the project is expected to be finished. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

Three dancing girls at the Imperial Theater in Tokyo on May 29, 1946, model new 1946 style Japanese bathing suits, known as “Democratic suits.” From left To right: Mitsuso Kitajima, Akiko Yoyogi and Yoshiko Kubomura. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

Three dancing girls at the Imperial Theater in Tokyo on May 29, 1946, model new 1946 style Japanese bathing suits, known as “Democratic suits.” From left To right: Mitsuso Kitajima, Akiko Yoyogi and Yoshiko Kubomura. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

A Japanese woman carries her son on her back as she marks her ballot in Tokyo on April 10, 1946, in Japanese first free election in generations. Japanese women exercised the right to vote for the first time to help elect a new lower house in the diet. (AP Photo/CPG)

A Japanese woman carries her son on her back as she marks her ballot in Tokyo on April 10, 1946, in Japanese first free election in generations. Japanese women exercised the right to vote for the first time to help elect a new lower house in the diet. (AP Photo/CPG)

Usheeko Sato, a resident of Tokyo, Japan writes on the snow-covered rear window of an automobile in the Japanese capital on Feb. 12, 1946. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

Usheeko Sato, a resident of Tokyo, Japan writes on the snow-covered rear window of an automobile in the Japanese capital on Feb. 12, 1946. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

In this combo photo, members of an American Engineer Aviation Battalion remove parts from a Japanese cyclotron in the Nishina Laboratory at Tokyo on Dec. 4, 1945. Part of the “Atom Gun” is removed. A vacuum chamber is extracted. The operation is part of the Allied program of destroying all Japanese atomic energy research equipment. (AP Photo/Julian C. Wilson)

In this combo photo, members of an American Engineer Aviation Battalion remove parts from a Japanese cyclotron in the Nishina Laboratory at Tokyo on Dec. 4, 1945. Part of the “Atom Gun is removed. A vacuum chamber is extracted. The operation is part of the Allied program of destroying all Japanese atomic energy research equipment. (AP Photo/Julian C. Wilson)

Japanese Emperor Hirohito peers from a window of his special railway car in Tokyo, Japan on Nov. 11, 1945. Hirohito is traveling to visit his family shrine. (AP Photo)

Japanese Emperor Hirohito peers from a window of his special railway car in Tokyo, Japan on Nov. 11, 1945. Hirohito is traveling to visit his family shrine. (AP Photo)

Hundreds of Japanese jam the Ueno railway station in Northeast Tokyo, on Oct. 26, 1945, these windy autumn nights seeking shelter. Homeless, the old and the young huddle together on thin matting and old newspapers, and try to sleep. Many are starving. Police estimate there are two of three deaths nightly from starvation. (AP Photo)

Hundreds of Japanese jam the Ueno railway station in Northeast Tokyo, on Oct. 26, 1945, these windy autumn nights seeking shelter. Homeless, the old and the young huddle together on thin matting and old newspapers, and try to sleep. Many are starving. Police estimate there are two of three deaths nightly from starvation. (AP Photo)

With a gaping bullet wound just below the heart, Gen. Hideki Tojo, former Japanese premier who failed to lead Japan to victory, lies semi-conscious in a chair after he shot himself, September 11, 1945 in Tokyo, Japan. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

With a gaping bullet wound just below the heart, Gen. Hideki Tojo, former Japanese premier who failed to lead Japan to victory, lies semi-conscious in a chair after he shot himself, September 11, 1945 in Tokyo, Japan. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

Iva Toguri D’Aquino is interviewed by American journalists in Yokohama, Japan on Sept. 10, 1945, shortly before she is held in detention. D’Aquino, identified by the U.S. 8th Army headquarters as Tokyo Rose, is a radio personality whose program “Zero Hour” broadcast Japanese propaganda to the Allied troops during World War II. (AP Photo)

Iva Toguri D’Aquino is interviewed by American journalists in Yokohama, Japan on Sept. 10, 1945, shortly before she is held in detention. D’Aquino, identified by the U.S. 8th Army headquarters as Tokyo Rose, is a radio personality whose program “Zero Hour” broadcast Japanese propaganda to the Allied troops during World War II. (AP Photo)

The American flag, first to fly over Tokyo since the Japanese surrender, is raised over the Nippon News building in downtown Tokyo on Sept. 5, 1945 by Lt. Bud Stapleton of Syracuse, N.Y. Photo radioed from Manila. (AP Photo)

The American flag, first to fly over Tokyo since the Japanese surrender, is raised over the Nippon News building in downtown Tokyo on Sept. 5, 1945 by Lt. Bud Stapleton of Syracuse, N.Y. Photo radioed from Manila. (AP Photo)

Gen. Douglas MacArthur signs the Japanese surrender documents Sept. 2, 1945, aboard the USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay. Lt. Gen. Jonathan Wainwright, left foreground, who surrendered Bataan to the Japanese, and British Lt. Gen. A. E. Percival, next to Wainwright, who surrendered Singapore, observe the ceremony marking the end of World War II. (AP Photo)

Gen. Douglas MacArthur signs the Japanese surrender documents Sept. 2, 1945, aboard the USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay. Lt. Gen. Jonathan Wainwright, left foreground, who surrendered Bataan to the Japanese, and British Lt. Gen. A. E. Percival, next to Wainwright, who surrendered Singapore, observe the ceremony marking the end of World War II. (AP Photo)

Spectators and correspondents from all over the world pick vantage positions on the deck of the USS Missouri, in Tokyo Bay, on September 2, 1945, to watch the formal Japanese surrender ceremony marking the end of World War II. (AP Photo, Frank Filan)

Spectators and correspondents from all over the world pick vantage positions on the deck of the USS Missouri, in Tokyo Bay, on September 2, 1945, to watch the formal Japanese surrender ceremony marking the end of World War II. (AP Photo, Frank Filan)

This aerial photo taken in March 9, 1945 shows the industrial section of Tokyo along the Sumida River. With the exception of the concrete buildings a great part of the area has been razed by incendiary and other strikes by U.S.warplanes in March, 1945. The Tokyo firebombing has long been overshadowed by the subsequent U.S. atomic attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki preceding the Japanese surrender that ended World War II. But the burning of the capital stands as a horrifying landmark in the brutal history of warfare on noncombatants. (AP Photo)

This aerial photo taken in March 9, 1945 shows the industrial section of Tokyo along the Sumida River. With the exception of the concrete buildings a great part of the area has been razed by incendiary and other strikes by U.S.warplanes in March, 1945. The Tokyo firebombing has long been overshadowed by the subsequent U.S. atomic attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki preceding the Japanese surrender that ended World War II. But the burning of the capital stands as a horrifying landmark in the brutal history of warfare on noncombatants. (AP Photo)

Interior of one of the homes built out of salvaged material from homes in Tokyo on July 24, 1944, that were bombed or burned. Furniture is scare but the harvest through the window looks good and a little trading with the neighbors will keep the larder stocked till the rice crop comes in. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

Interior of one of the homes built out of salvaged material from homes in Tokyo on July 24, 1944, that were bombed or burned. Furniture is scare but the harvest through the window looks good and a little trading with the neighbors will keep the larder stocked till the rice crop comes in. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

Children of Japan, Germany, and Italy meet in Tokyo to celebrate the signing of the Tripartite Alliance between the three nations, December 17, 1940. Japanese education minister Kunihiko Hashida, center, holding crossed flags, and Mayor Tomejiro Okubo of Tokyo were among the sponsors. (AP Photo)

Children of Japan, Germany, and Italy meet in Tokyo to celebrate the signing of the Tripartite Alliance between the three nations, December 17, 1940. Japanese education minister Kunihiko Hashida, center, holding crossed flags, and Mayor Tomejiro Okubo of Tokyo were among the sponsors. (AP Photo)

This is a general view of the International Military Tribunal for the Far East meeting in Tokyo in April, 1947. On May 3, 1946, the Allies began the trial of 28 Japanese civilian and military leaders for war crimes. Seven were hanged; others served prison terms. (AP Photo)

This is a general view of the International Military Tribunal for the Far East meeting in Tokyo in April, 1947. On May 3, 1946, the Allies began the trial of 28 Japanese civilian and military leaders for war crimes. Seven were hanged; others served prison terms. (AP Photo)

A Japanese man in costume beats the drum as he leads a musical parade of men and women who are walking advertisements featuring placards for restaurants through the streets of Tokyo, Japan, Feb. 14, 1947. (AP Photo)

A Japanese man in costume beats the drum as he leads a musical parade of men and women who are walking advertisements featuring placards for restaurants through the streets of Tokyo, Japan, Feb. 14, 1947. (AP Photo)

Group of WACs pose in Tokyo lounge on March 17, 1947. From left to right: Cpl. Joan Marley, Cleveland, Ohio; Cpl. Virginia Mahringer, St. Louis, Missouri; Staff Sgt. Artemus L. Bekiares, Chicago, Ill.; Cpl. Elizabeth Gordon, Norwich, Conn.; and Cpl. Virginia Schweitzer, of St. Albans, N.Y. (AP Photo)

Group of WACs pose in Tokyo lounge on March 17, 1947. From left to right: Cpl. Joan Marley, Cleveland, Ohio; Cpl. Virginia Mahringer, St. Louis, Missouri; Staff Sgt. Artemus L. Bekiares, Chicago, Ill.; Cpl. Elizabeth Gordon, Norwich, Conn.; and Cpl. Virginia Schweitzer, of St. Albans, N.Y. (AP Photo)

Japanese children, visiting a Tokyo department store on March 21, 1947, try out toy jeeps bearing the slogan, 'Kilroy was here' placed on them by the Japanese manufacturer. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

Japanese children, visiting a Tokyo department store on March 21, 1947, try out toy jeeps bearing the slogan, ‘Kilroy was here’ placed on them by the Japanese manufacturer. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

Barbara McBride teaches Russian-style Korobotchka dance to her Japanese students in Tokyo at the YWCA, once a week as seen here, Dec. 29, 1946. (AP Photo)

Barbara McBride teaches Russian-style Korobotchka dance to her Japanese students in Tokyo at the YWCA, once a week as seen here, Dec. 29, 1946. (AP Photo)

Eight girls and four men met with matrimony as the object at the Myogetsu-En, behind the Ueno Art Museum in Tokyo on Sunday, Jan. 28, 1947. The go-between the marriage interview was the Nippon (Japan) Eugenic Marriage Association which declared it has an overwhelming number of women than men on its waiting list. (AP Photo)

Eight girls and four men met with matrimony as the object at the Myogetsu-En, behind the Ueno Art Museum in Tokyo on Sunday, Jan. 28, 1947. The go-between the marriage interview was the Nippon (Japan) Eugenic Marriage Association which declared it has an overwhelming number of women than men on its waiting list. (AP Photo)

Gangsters Japanese style, at ceremony inducting the new boss as head man of all the different factions in Tokyo on Oct. 30, 1946. The man on the left is the new boss, the head men of the other factions can be distinguished by the markings on their jackets. These men control every working man in Tokyo, by kick-backs, job control and other methods, commonly used in Chicago. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

Gangsters Japanese style, at ceremony inducting the new boss as head man of all the different factions in Tokyo on Oct. 30, 1946. The man on the left is the new boss, the head men of the other factions can be distinguished by the markings on their jackets. These men control every working man in Tokyo, by kick-backs, job control and other methods, commonly used in Chicago. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

Hikosaku Sakamoto, 63-year-old Japanese farmer, who doubles as a long distance runner and weight-lifter once each year to advertise the shrine festival in his hometown, Shirakawa, Japan, removes his straw sandals on Sept. 24, 1946, after running 125 miles from Shirakawa to Tokyo. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

Hikosaku Sakamoto, 63-year-old Japanese farmer, who doubles as a long distance runner and weight-lifter once each year to advertise the shrine festival in his hometown, Shirakawa, Japan, removes his straw sandals on Sept. 24, 1946, after running 125 miles from Shirakawa to Tokyo. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

The girls offer up prayers a few minutes before they took their first vow in their first step towards sisterhood, they are at the altar in Tokyo, Japan on Oct. 8, 1946. (AP Photo/C. P. Gorry)

The girls offer up prayers a few minutes before they took their first vow in their first step towards sisterhood, they are at the altar in Tokyo, Japan on Oct. 8, 1946. (AP Photo/C. P. Gorry)

Russian soldier with machine gun stands guard outside the Russian Embassy as the members of the “Repatriation Association of Japan” await an answer to present their case to this head of the mission in person, in Tokyo, Japan on Dec. 22, 1949. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

Russian soldier with machine gun stands guard outside the Russian Embassy as the members of the “Repatriation Association of Japan” await an answer to present their case to this head of the mission in person, in Tokyo, Japan on Dec. 22, 1949. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

A group of Japanese scientist under the leadership of Dr. Yoshio Nishina is working on the continuous measurement of cosmic ray intensity, measuring the mass of the meson, one of the elementary particles of atomic nucleus. The research is being done by Scientific Research Institute Limited headed by Dr. Nishina, who among other thins manufacturers’ penicillin to help defray the costs of the experiments as the government does not appreciate any funds for research. They carry on their work in a lab that would do justice to a Rube with dangling wires, broken down boxes used to house equipment and room heaters to try and control temperature and also keep the drafty, damp working quarters warm. Assistant checks over the Geiger-Muller counter at laboratory in Tokyo, Japan on Dec. 1, 1949. (AP Photo)

A group of Japanese scientist under the leadership of Dr. Yoshio Nishina is working on the continuous measurement of cosmic ray intensity, measuring the mass of the meson, one of the elementary particles of atomic nucleus. The research is being done by Scientific Research Institute Limited headed by Dr. Nishina, who among other thins manufacturers’ penicillin to help defray the costs of the experiments as the government does not appreciate any funds for research. They carry on their work in a lab that would do justice to a Rube with dangling wires, broken down boxes used to house equipment and room heaters to try and control temperature and also keep the drafty, damp working quarters warm. Assistant checks over the Geiger-Muller counter at laboratory in Tokyo, Japan on Dec. 1, 1949. (AP Photo)

One of 20 dolls donated by Japanese manufactures for the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund in Japan on Oct. 27, 1949. This doll is quite expensive, and is made for display not play. The dolls were turned over to an UNICEF representative in Tokyo, for shipment to New York City. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

One of 20 dolls donated by Japanese manufactures for the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund in Japan on Oct. 27, 1949. This doll is quite expensive, and is made for display not play. The dolls were turned over to an UNICEF representative in Tokyo, for shipment to New York City. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

The Virginia reel, a favorite American folk dance, is something new for the Japanese, dancing in Hibiya Park, Tokyo, Oct. 18, 1949. The music is 'Parlez Vous,' a World War I tune. The dancers are employees and friends of a Tokyo business organization, which got the people out for square dancing on a balmy day as part of a new move to better employer-employee relations. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

The Virginia reel, a favorite American folk dance, is something new for the Japanese, dancing in Hibiya Park, Tokyo, Oct. 18, 1949. The music is ‘Parlez Vous,’ a World War I tune. The dancers are employees and friends of a Tokyo business organization, which got the people out for square dancing on a balmy day as part of a new move to better employer-employee relations. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

WWII Post War Japan

A mother and daughter meet after ten years of separation at Tokyo station on Oct. 7, 1949. They were separated on the continent during the war against China. The youngster, whose father died in the interim, wears a Communist type uniform given to her in Manchuria. (AP Photo)

The first shipment of repatriates to arrive in Tokyo on Oct. 1, 1949, from Russian held territory of Dairen, Manchuria, which numbered among its group young children whose parents died overseas. They were met by social workers at Tokyo central station and will be taken to rest camps until relatives of the parents can be located. (AP Photo)

The first shipment of repatriates to arrive in Tokyo on Oct. 1, 1949, from Russian held territory of Dairen, Manchuria, which numbered among its group young children whose parents died overseas. They were met by social workers at Tokyo central station and will be taken to rest camps until relatives of the parents can be located. (AP Photo)

A new Japanese typewriter invented by Kotaro Kataoka, an employee of the Tokyo Electric Company, was demonstrated by a school student in Tokyo on August 31, 1949. The machine, smaller and lighter than the standard English language typewriter has the type cased on a cylindrical bed instead of the former Japanese flat bed in use. The new machine contains 1,132 characters in comparison to the old type which had 3000. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

A new Japanese typewriter invented by Kotaro Kataoka, an employee of the Tokyo Electric Company, was demonstrated by a school student in Tokyo on August 31, 1949. The machine, smaller and lighter than the standard English language typewriter has the type cased on a cylindrical bed instead of the former Japanese flat bed in use. The new machine contains 1,132 characters in comparison to the old type which had 3000. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

In traditional costume, bird fishermen demonstrate to a Tokyo crowd how to make the birds give up their catch of fish, July 23, 1949. Gentle stroking of the birds’ necks usually does the trick. The birds cannot swallow the fish because of a metal ring around their necks. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

In traditional costume, bird fishermen demonstrate to a Tokyo crowd how to make the birds give up their catch of fish, July 23, 1949. Gentle stroking of the birds’ necks usually does the trick. The birds cannot swallow the fish because of a metal ring around their necks. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

Family members greet each other as a small group of the first batch of repatriates from Russian held territory who arrived back in Japan aboard the Takasago Maru arrived at Shinagawa station a few miles from Tokyo on July 6, 1949. Their wives and children, many separated for over five years, were on hand to greet their husbands who they had thought lost in the war. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

Family members greet each other as a small group of the first batch of repatriates from Russian held territory who arrived back in Japan aboard the Takasago Maru arrived at Shinagawa station a few miles from Tokyo on July 6, 1949. Their wives and children, many separated for over five years, were on hand to greet their husbands who they had thought lost in the war. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

These excited young men are taking part in a festival in the Konda district of the city of Tokyo on April 7, 1949, sponsored by a small restaurant owner in the locality (who also had all the concessions cornered). They are carrying the neighborhood’s shrine on their shoulders, all the time jumping up and down and chanting. (AP Photo/Charles P. Gorry)

These excited young men are taking part in a festival in the Konda district of the city of Tokyo on April 7, 1949, sponsored by a small restaurant owner in the locality (who also had all the concessions cornered). They are carrying the neighborhood’s shrine on their shoulders, all the time jumping up and down and chanting. (AP Photo/Charles P. Gorry)

These fans are watching a pre-game practice session of ball players in Tokyo, Japan on March 25, 1949. The teams were warming up for the first playoff game, which opened Japan's baseball season. (AP Photo/Charles P. Gorry)

These fans are watching a pre-game practice session of ball players in Tokyo, Japan on March 25, 1949. The teams were warming up for the first playoff game, which opened Japan’s baseball season. (AP Photo/Charles P. Gorry)

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Hi Geralt,

Thank you so much for posting these photos. Charles Gorry is my great uncle. I was wondering if you could tell me where you found these photos and if the negatives are available.

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Jane

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有難う

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No problem.

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Incredible pictures.

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I agree.

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