Description:04 08 17 00 Battle of China. WWII. Propaganda film. Close-up card with the Japanese headaways which occupy the main roads and the axes of communication of China of the North and the centre. 1938, Japanese advance on Chengchow, close-up Chengchow, city with crossing railway, strategic axis but danger zone because numerous floods destroyed the region in the past. Seen on Chengchow situated on the edges of the Yellow River. Seen on the river. Originally this river threw itself into the Yellow Sea by the South but floods diverted him northward. Archival, Chinese build dikes, fortifications. They put stones, sand to protect their houses and their fields. Japanese advance on Chengchow but very ingenious Chinese decide to blow up dikes, floods. They cut so the road in Japanese. Drawing illustrating the tactics and the strategy quibbles. Seen on Japanese in the water, drownings. Close-up with current, rapid.