WAR IN CHINA: Heavenly Dog

At 4 p. m. one afternoon last week an air-raid alarm jarred Chungking. Return of fine weather had meant return of Japanese bombers, held off by three months of fog & mist. Earlier in the week two raids in which 36 Japanese planes took part had set fires that were still burning, started a flight of refugees that was still going on. At 4:20, 16 Chinese pursuit planes took off, disappeared in the smoky air. The remaining citizenry disappeared in caves and dugouts on Chungking's hillsides, where they sweltered in the hot...

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