CANADA: Destination Europe?

With the United Nations' offensive rolling on across the 38th parallel, Canadian defense planners found themselves with an embarrassing question on their hands: What should be done with Canada's 10,000-man Korean Brigade? Chances were that the half-trained unit could not get overseas in time to help with the Korean fighting. But most Canadians agreed that the brigade should be kept under arms as part of a permanent U.N. police force.

Last week Prime Minister Louis St. Laurent suggested a new plan. "We all recognize," he said, "that Canada must be appropriately represented in the integrated force which is to be...

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