World Battlefronts: BATTLE OF CHINA: The Unpredictables

It was too early to celebrate a great victory. But all the indications were that the unpredictable Chinese had done it again to the Japanese.

Somehow, the tired, half-starved, miserably equipped Chinese had suddenly burst into attack upon the enemy from all sides. The powerful Jap drive, within 175 miles of closing the last gap in a wall from Manchuria to the China Sea. faltered and stopped.

It might be resumed again, with greater fury. In the parlous state of China's communications, not even Chungking knew the full situation. But in China's latest...

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