WAR IN CHINA: Insufficient Sacrifice

The French Foreign Office last week was reported to have quietly given in to persistent Japanese demands that the railway from French Indo-China into interior Yunnan Province be closed to war supplies for Chinese Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek's armies. With only a trickle of traffic going over the long rail and motor route from British Burma, the Chinese are now almost wholly dependent on the Soviet Union for their foreign supplies. These are either flown in by Russian planes or trucked in over the Sian-AIma Ata highway, linking China with Soviet territory, or...

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