WAR IN CHINA: Pressure

To stern U. S. demands that American businessmen and missionaries be allowed to reclaim their property,operate freely in the Japanese-controlled Lower Yangtze Valley, Japan last week had a pliant answer. In his stiff note Secretary of State Cordell Hull cited as an "illustrative case" the $1,000,000 Baptist-owned University of Shanghai, occupied since last August by the Mikado's troops, its campus turned into an airport. Day after the note's delivery, Baptists, a U. S. consular representative, Japanese military and consular authorities witnessed the return of two "middle schools" belonging to the Southern Baptist...

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