The Second Great War No. 58

WOMEN PLAYED A NOBLE PART IN CHINA’S RENAISSANCE Photo, L.N.A> From college students to peasants, China’s women entered whole-heartedly into the service of the nation in a thousand different spheres of usefulness. Here some are receiving and tending wounded soldiers just back from the fighting line boy scouts also are assisting. In her ‘New Life Movement ’Madame Chiang Kai-shek, wife of the Generalissimo, sought to revive the spiritual virtues which had been the source of China’s former greatness.
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