National Geographic : 1942 Sep
346 The National Geographic Magazine Paul u. Gutillunete Chungking Workers Compare the Enemy's Weapons with Their Own The first two rifles (left) are Japanese, like many others captured and turned against their makers by guerril las. The last three are Chinese. In rear are models of Chinese 75-mm . howitzer and 105-mm . field gun. Iaui tU. uiuIIUllIllLtte Old China Learns to Use New Tools-Soldiers Study a Chinese-made Milling Machine Instead of importing complete machines and weapons, China makes most of them herself, bringing in from outside only materials and parts which she lacks or cannot produce (pages 339, 344).