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Repairing Two Bomb Wrecked Bridges

IN February, 1938, two 40 ft. span steel girder bridges in Low-dien, located a 108 miles north of Canton were wrecked during an air raid. The extent of the damage was so severe that in any other country these wrecked bridges would undoubtedly have gone as scrap iron. Tuh-Fuh Lee

Author(s): Lee, Tuh-Fuh