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Pictured: Some of the harrowing sights Frederick Warrener witnessed documented in his photo album.
A rare and harrowing set of pictures depicting life for British naval officers in China before the Second World War has reemerged after 85 years.
The collection of 210 black and white images were taken by Frederick Warrener while serving on the HMS Falmouth stationed in China between 1935 and 1937.
He travelled across the country, documenting daily life among his comrades, village scenes, and brutal executions of criminals by Chinese authorities.