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Race Against Time to Interview China's Nanjing Massacre Survivors

In 1937, Japanese forces swept through Nanjing, China, and systematically killed civilians and soldiers. There is now a joint effort to collect video testimonies from the survivors of the Nanjing Massacre. And it is being carried out with a sense of urgency, because only about 200 survivors are still alive. Xia Shuqin remembers a day seared in her memory. She said a Japanese soldier climbed up and dragged her mother out from under a table. He then snatched her one-year-old sister and...

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