CANADA: No. 2 in Korea

Canada's 25th Brigade—8,000 men strong—went into action as a unit for the first time in Korea last week. It drove six miles into North Korea, captured a 1,500-ft. hill south of Chorwon, pulled back in orderly fashion through rain and mud when the Communists staged a fanatic counterattack. Said Major Dick Medland of Toronto: "We had excellent killing."

The brigade's commitment in Korea seems to have silenced permanently the complaints voiced in Washington and Lake Success last fall over Canada's sedate slow-march to war. Said U.N. Secretary General Trygve Lie in Ottawa last week: "Considering its population and resources, Canada...

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