World: Chinese Incident

In a deep gorge on the upper Salween, foot-weary, battle-battered Chinese troops were finally backed up against the bridge, retreated across it while the Japs from the other side rained down fire on them. The Chinese left their dead behind them, blew up the bridge, and crawled up the winding road to the heights on the China side. Across from them the Jap's guns bayed at the scent of tired game.

The Chinese had been beaten and battered beyond human endurance. One of them broke. Before his troops a general killed himself. The men...

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