A Letter From The Publisher, Nov. 27, 1950

While Edgar Baker, general manager of TIME-LIFE International, was in Tokyo last month on business, he heard from our Korean distributor J. H. Song for the first time since the Korean war began. Song and his family had survived "the Communist nightmare" by hiding in the outskirts of Seoul during the Communist occupation. Luckily the office of his company, the International Publicity League, had escaped destruction and pillage.

At the request of his regular customers, who missed TIME and LIFE during the war, we are now supplying Song with all available back copies as...

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