CHINA: Dossier of Suffering

Foochow had fallen. But Free China, tired, grim and battered after more than seven years of almost unaided war against Japan, was observing an anniversary. It was Oct. 10, 33 years since Sun Yat-sen's revolution toppled the ancient Chinese Empire.

In Chungking, Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek addressed the nation, promised: "The coming year will not only bring us final victory, but will also witness the success of our national revolution." But he added a warning:

"I want to call the attention of my fellow countrymen to the intrigues of the enemy and of traitors. They are spreading all sorts of...

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