CHINA: Reminder of a Rendezvous

Last week the Chungking press reported clashes between Chinese Communist units and Government troops in three North China Provinces. Though the clashes probably foretold no civil war, they marked the fact that relations of Government and Communists were no better than they were during January of this year, when bitter civil war broke out briefly among Chinese Reds and regulars along the lower Yangtze. Once again Chiang was reminded of his post-war rendezvous—the final settling of Nationalist-Communist differences when China is eventually free of the Japanese.


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