The Retreat from Hsuchow

  • Jack Belden


THOUSANDS of peasants had been killed by bombings from the air. Towns had been set afire and villages laid waste. The army had been licked and the invaders were swarming in dozens of racine columns upon the abandoned city of Hsuchow.


Staff Officer Mulberry Tree Grand Canal General Tang Japanese Army 
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© Jack Belden 1944

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