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Telegram by Harold John Timperley

"The Japanese believe that there are now signs in Shanghai that the Chinese leaders are willing to talk peace. Some success is reported in the Japanese negotiations with General Tang Shengchi, commanding Nanking, to surrender the city and the 300,000 troops between Nanking and Wuhu."
The Kalgoorlie Miner, December 10, 1937


"Marshal Chiang Kai-shek says that since the opening of the campaign the Chinese Army has sustained 300,000 casualties. The loss of civilian life and property is incomputable."
Queensland Times, December 18, 1937


"The Japanese have created an autonomous commission in Nanking as a purely local administration, under Mr. Tao Hsi-shan, who has issued a manifesto thanking the Japanese for the restoration of peace and order and undertaking to rehabilitate the Nanking region with their assistance."
The West Australian, December 27, 1937


"The cable message lodged, by the "Manchester Guardian" correspondent, Mr. H. J. Timperley, and held up by the Japanese censors, quoted a "North China Daily News" story, confirming his own information of Japanese atrocities in the Nanking area. The Japanese censor described them as unsubstantiated reports maliciously intended to besmirch the good name of the Japanese army."
The Kalgoorlie Miner, January 25, 1938


"(Not) less than three hundred thousand Chinese civilians slaughtered, many cases (in) cold blood. Robbery, rape, including children (of) tender years, an insensate brutality towards civilians continues (to) be reported from areas where actual hostilities ceased weeks ago."
(Wikimedia) Nanking telegram Harold John Timperley : January 17, 1938


[ note ]
H. J. Timperley was an adviser of the International Information Division of the Central Propaganda Bureau of the Nationalist Party from 1939 to April 1941.
The West Australian, December 14, 1954
The Evening Independent, November 12, 1941

Minoru Kitamura cites "A Biographical Dictionary of Foreigners in China in the Modern Age" written in 1981 by the Chinese Social Sciences Publishing Co., which states that "in 1937, after the Marco Polo Bridge Incident, the KMT dispatched [Timperley] to Europe and the United States to engage in propaganda activities", as well as the memoirs of Zeng Xubai, the head of the Kuomintang Central Information Department, who is quoted by Wang Lingxiao, the author of "The KMT's News Administration Policy", as saying, "we decided that our first step would be to make payment to Timperley, and also, through his coordination, to Smythe, and commission both of them to write and publish two books for us as witnesses to the Nanking Massacre".
(Wikipedia) Minoru Kitamura

Sharks Fins and Millet, page 135
Shark's Fins and Millet, by Ilona Ralf Sues, page 135

"Miss Sues, it is seven minutes to five, October 7, 1937."
"T.V. Soong and Harry Timperley are handling our foreign publicity in Shanghai."
(Wikipedia) William Henry Donald
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