In the spring of 1941 to the summer of 1943, there was a famine due to severe draught inWestern Shandongand Southern Hebei Provinces. In 1941 and 1942, harvest was dramatically damaged and even worse in 1943 when the severe lack of rain in the Spring destroyed agriculture totally and plague of locusts and flood also appeared. In addition, the Japanese, their Chinese collaborators and the bandits robbed Chinese people crazily. The catastrophe reached its peak in 1943 when millions of people starved to death. For survival, they had to sell their land, their houses, their sons or daughters and even their wives. They left their home to go everywhere begging along the way and endured untold suffering.