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  • Bombing of China's WWII capital - 70 years later

    In 1937, four years before Pearl Harbor, the Japanese military invaded China, unleashing a wave of terror that killed 14 million people over the next eight years. As China’s nationalist government retreated to Chongqing, Japan furiously bombed the city. The survivors will never forget. (Yue Wu / McClatchy)

In 1937, four years before Pearl Harbor, the Japanese military invaded China, unleashing a wave of terror that killed 14 million people over the next eight years. As China’s nationalist government retreated to Chongqing, Japan furiously bombed the city. The survivors will never forget. (Yue Wu / McClatchy)
In 1937, four years before Pearl Harbor, the Japanese military invaded China, unleashing a wave of terror that killed 14 million people over the next eight years. As China’s nationalist government retreated to Chongqing, Japan furiously bombed the city. The survivors will never forget. (Yue Wu / McClatchy)

In Chongqing, scars of WWII are still visible – on people’s faces

August 27, 2015 12:06 PM