Foreign News: At the Tomb

Of China's 4,480,992 square miles Japanese forces took: 1,300 in the last week 14,565 in the last month 143,712 in the last year 643,712 since 1931

General Iwane Matsui, called "the Long-Eared" (a traditional Japanese sign of wisdom), last week made his triumphal entry into captured Nanking, the abandoned Chinese capital, outside whose walls stands the $3,000,000 tomb of sainted Dr. Sun Yatsen, "Father of the Chinese Revolution." That historic moment meant more to General Matsui than it would to most Japanese, for Revolutionist Sun spent many years in Japan, became a close...

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