William Casson writes:
The above picture, from the Army Signal Corp, shows my dad, we believe, sitting at the table. He served in Merrill’s Mauraders on the Burma Road Campaign. He was later sent to Shanghai to set up a radio station. He claimed that he was the first American to enter resulting in the Japanese general in charge surrendering to him. He became part of organizing the triumphant entry of Chiang Kai Shek. His name was Harry G. Casson, Jr.