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USS Pittsburgh Heads to Shanghai, 1929

Posted: February 8th, 2016 | 1 Comment »

The USS Pittsburgh hit rough seas sailing from Guam to Shanghai in early 1929. The Pittsburgh was the flagship of the United States Asiatic Fleet – seen below in 1927 (note Chinese soldiers aboard) and at anchor in Shanghai.

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One Comment on “USS Pittsburgh Heads to Shanghai, 1929”

  1. 1 Micah said at 3:58 am on April 13th, 2021:

    Good Morning!

    Would you be interested at all in viewing an original crew photo of CA-6 in Tsingtao China. I just found it recently at an antique store and would love to share it with the public.
    -Micah


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