Answers to Aggression

Trygve Lie last week called upon 50 U.N. members to send troops to Korea. Cabled Lie: "The unified command is in urgent need of additional assistance , . . particularly ground forces."* When a reporter asked "whether nations should confine themselves to token forces," Lie answered bluntly: "No, I think they should give effective assistance."

At week's end, the first wave of replies came in. Sweden promised an ambulance unit "completely in line with Swedish tradition," Israel declined to send ground troops "because our neighbors still obstinately refuse to make peace," Norway...

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