Foreign News: Frozen Stiff

Of China's 4,480,992 square miles not one was definitively taken by either side last week.

Bitter cold, plus driving snow & sleet. literally froze military gains stiff in north and central China. In the sunny south, where Japanese troops are not yet operating on a large scale, Japanese pilots busied themselves systematically bombing Canton's rail approaches from both Hankow and Hong Kong. One day this week they bombed in relays for nine solid hours, the heaviest air-strafing yet seen in Japan's war in China.


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