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"'Exactly four months after the outbreak of the Sino-Japanese hostilities on the Shanghai peninsula' a New York Herald Tribune correspondent cabled from Shanghai last week, 'Nanking, China's abandoned capital, for the third time in it's more than 2000 years of history, was captured by an alien foe when the Japanese military forces completely occupied the city.' ...To this, Quo Taichi, Chinese ambassador to England, replied defiantly: 'Capture of Nanking will by no means mark the end of China's resistance.'"

Click here to read a 1938 article about the fall of Nanking.

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Nanking Falls (The Literary Digest, 1937)

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