|Media:||handbill (ink on paper)|
|Source:||Institute of Defense Studies, Tokyo|
In a propaganda bill typical of the early stages of the Sino-Japanese War of 1937-45, and produced by the Provisional Government of the Republic of China (an early collaborationist regime based in Beijing), a skeletal Chiang is depicted as a tool of the Soviets who sacrifices Chinese soldiers while his wife and brother-in-law (T.V. Soong) divert money to British Hong Kong. The text of the bill reads: 'Ordinary people are tragically sent to the frontline while money is sent to Hong Kong. Can one really continue to not oppose such a selfish leader as this?'