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Chinese Continue Attack

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SHANGHAI, Thursday--A spokesman for the Chinese War Office in Hankow today said that divisions of Chinese regular army and scores of guerrilla bands were attacking the Japanese at more than a dozen points along an irregular line of about 1,000 miles from Hang-chow, capital of Chekiang Province, through Anhwei, Shantung, Shansi and Hopei Provinces. He said that 15,000 Japanese soldiers have been killed in the fighting in South Shantung Province since May 1, and that 3,000 have been killed this week.

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