"Before the war was hours old, Chiang's most secret plans were known to the Japs. Again and again Jap actions showed foreknowledge of Chiang's movements and stratagems, as discussed and decided with his most trusted leaders. This explains many mysterious incidents, and makes China's apparent 'spy complex' fully understandable."
"Perhaps they are over-doing this business of arresting and jailing people as spies, and it is likely that they realize this. Nevertheless, to Chiang Kai-Shek, it is better to shoot 200 innocent people engaged in a desperate struggle involving the life and liberty of 400 million, than to leave one traitor at large."
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