CHINA-JAPAN: Shanghai Gestures

Pure Heroism, unsurpassed by men of any race, drove some of the Chinese and some of the Japanese battling at Shanghai last week to supreme efforts, almost unbelievable but reported by correspondents who said they saw what happened. Japanese soldiers, facing Chinese barbed wire entanglements covered at close range by Chinese guns, walked slowly into the wire carrying dynamite, drew upon themselves a Chinese fire which weakened the Chinese entanglements little by little. Among "somewhat wounded" Chinese soldiers (men with perhaps an arm shot off or an eye shot out), a spontaneous...

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