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>Bayonet practice, wherein Japanese soldiers used dead Chinese for targets, was photographed by an Associated Press photographer near Tientsin on Sept. 5. Last week the above pictures appeared in U. S. newspapers , shocked sensitive readers, brought angry denials from Lieut. Col. T. Tokahashi of the Japanese Army, who termed them "false propaganda." A. P. promptly defended the photographs as authentic, backed their statement with the word of famed Newshawk James A. Mills, of their Shanghai office.
They weren’t dead when they started practicing. Ever read about Nanking? Chilling
Men Behind the Sun comes to mind…