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Summary of Topics Covered:
With Marshall’s backing, Chaplain Miller repaired the chapel and set up a service club in Tientsin with gambling and a library to divert the soldiers from the ubiquitous vices there. Miller describes life in China in the 1920s and Marshall’s personality and concern for the soldiers.
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