Religion: Communist Leniency

When World War II ended, Dr. Homer V. Bradshaw took off the uniform he had worn as a medical officer with General Claire Chennault's Fourteenth Air Force, returned with his wife to his work at the Presbyterian mission at Lienhsien in China's Kwangtung province. At that time the Bradshaws, medical missionaries in China for 13 years, were 47—strong, healthy, and hopeful that they would be able to go on serving the country they loved. Last week the Bradshaws left China, the latest in the long line of returning missionaries whose pitiable condition told the...

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