Forman 1772 c1: An anti-Japanese poster in the Chinese Red Army. On the right are Chinese troops with Kuomintang soldiers (denoted by flag) alternating with Red Army troops. On the left are Japanese troops (Japanese flag on the extreme left) retreating. Forman 1772 c2: Anti-Japanese poster. [Japanese] on the left are being pursued by Chinese on the right. Note that in the Chinese column the first flag is the Kuomintang (Central Government) emblem. It is followed by the star symbolizing the flag of the Red Armies. This is followed again by another Kuomintang flag, with a Red Army flag at the rear of the column. The significance of this poster being that the Communists are offering [illegible] fight the Japanese in the same ranks with the Central Government troops -- their bitter enemies for the past ten years.