National Geographic : 1944 Mar
00 Josephine A.Brown Honeycombed with Limestone Caverns, These Fantastic Peaks Sheltered Hundreds of Thousands from Bombed Kweilin Loved by poet and artist, the mountains were too steep for the plowman. When Japanese began destroying the Kwei River city, the people took tothe hills. Caves were divided into apartments. Some housed schools; one had a maternity ward. Electric wiring was woven among the stalactites (pages 366, 383).