CHINA: Father Paul

When General Chiang Kai-shek marched up from Canton through the centre of China four years ago to capture Peking and establish the Nationalist government he led an army plentifully supplied with Soviet arms, Soviet gold, Soviet propaganda. Once established in Nanking, the Nationalist leaders did their best to forget their Russian connections, but in southern Kiangsi province, through which they first advanced, Communist doctrines took such healthy root that there are today lusty bandit armies which march under Red banners, post Communist placards, preach Communist sermons in the intervals of strictly capitalist...

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