Picked this up recently from a forum member and thought it was someone interesting.
Not sure I have ever seen a Marine studio portrait before with a Chinese soldier. I was leaning somewhat towards pre-war because the Marine is wearing a leather belt (not sure when those phased out) and no soldier patch (I would think the Marines in China in 45/46 would be wearing 1st/6th, etc. patches but could be wrong on that)
The other mans seems to be a pre/early war Nationalist officer. Dirk leans toward post-war but just wondering what others thought.
I have no true feelings either way just thought it was unique.