JAPAN-CHINA: Rape of Jehol?

The chief city of Eastern Inner Mongolia is ancient, crumbling Jehol. To an invader Jehol is "the key to Peiping" (once Peking) with which it is connected by an old imperial highway 144 mi. long, just right for rumbling tanks and marching feet. Last week formidable units of the Japanese Army & Air Force moved upon Jehol from Mukden and the Chinese Press screeched, "Invasion!" Meanwhile at Tokyo the bespectacled Son-of-Heaven addressed a little homily on sheep-raising to the Governors of Japanese provinces. Referring to Japan's huge imports of wool from...

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