WAR IN CHINA: Puppet No. 1

Traveling mysteriously about Japanese-conquered China last week was a suave, subtle Oriental named Wang Ching-wei. Seven months ago this Chinese statesman was one of the powers at Chungking, China's temporary capital; last week he was reported about to become Japan's No. 1 puppet at Peking, seat of the North China Government. From Chungking to Peking these days is a longer distance ideologically than geographically, and the fact that Mr. Wang, elder revolutionary, onetime collaborator with Generalissimo Chiang Kaishek, one of the old "Big Three" in...

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