Lt. Colonel Braun
Major Wm. H. Speidel, Infantry
The Chinese irregulars, also referred to in the foreign press as “partisans,” are giving the Japanese plenty of grief. They destroy bridges, set fire to gasoline and stores, commit violent assaults on people of importance, explode mines, raid troops, staffs and airports, even entire villages, incite rebellion, gather important military information which keeps Chiang Kai-shek constantly informed, and in an astonishing manner appear and disappear like ghosts. We only get meager information about their highly interesting fighting.
Published: December 1939
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