Forman 1771 c1: Legend says, in effect, 'Let us all join together to oppose the common enemy.' Figures, from left to right, represent: farmer, student, merchant, nationalist soldier, Red Army soldier, and worker. Forman 1771 c2: Anti-Japanese slogans put up by Red Armies. Figure on the left is a farmer (note the sickle below). Next is the student with his brush. Third from left is the merchant and his abacus. Next is Central Government soldier (distinguished by his cap). Next to him is a Red Army soldier (distinguished by the star on his cap). on the extreme right is the worker and his hammer. Significance: all classes of Chinese should band together and oppose their common enemy -- the Japanese. Important: This poster, and others of similar nature in this collection, were put up before the outbreak [illegible] Sino-Japanese conflict in 1937. Red China. Note: the four stars in a semi-circle in the present official flag of the People's Govt. of China represent 1. farmer, 2. student, 3. merchant, 4. worker, 5. worker, center star is communist party.