WAR IN CHINA: Hunting Japanese

In a furious, long-continued action last week, Chinese troops, holding the south bank of the Grand Canal at Hanchwang, where it intersects the railway connecting Peking with Shanghai, not only kept the Japanese from crossing and drove them back again & again to the north bank, but finally stormed across the canal themselves. At Lini, 55 miles to the east, stubborn Chinese defenders still had not yielded the town, although pounded all week by Japanese artillery and bombers.

Since this blocking of the Japanese came two weeks after the Imperial Government launched their big...

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