Chinese men, women and children mass migrate to the West in China, as they flee the invading Japanese.
China Date:1944 Duration:6 min 2 sec Sound:Yes
Chinese emigrate to the West as they flee the invading Japanese. Chinese military officers and officials in a meeting. They develop strategies to fight the Japanese invasion. Maps and charts on the table. They confer on territory yield, military strategy and industrial power for production of rifles and guns. An officer talks as he points to a wall map. They decide to move West into the mountains. Chinese men blow up roads, scorch fields, and blow up factories before proceeding westward. Factories in flames. People begin to move towards the West. Men, women and children walk, ride in hand rickshaws. They cross bridges and cities in the process of mass migration. People carry their belongings and machinery. Libraries, schools and houses are dismantled and carted away. Machinery moved in trucks and carts. People wait for a train near a railroad. They board a train bound westward. men dismantle railway tracks to leave no route for the enemy. People seated on railway carriages. Overcrowded boats and barges in a river. Elderly people and children in the boats. People cross a river running through a mountain gorge. People walk on the banks and pull load and boats with ropes. People climb hills and move further into the mountains.
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