BATTLE OF KOREA: Ready for the Enemy

If the Communists attack again in Korea, they will probably not be satisfied with another "human sea" offensive, the last two of which failed so miserably. In the past month, the pace of their buildup, which has been going on all summer, has increased, in spite of allied air attacks on their bridges, rail lines and road transport. They now have 500 or more tanks —more than the North Koreans had at the start of the war — and 1,000-plus planes, some of them bought by "popular subscription" (i.e., forced collection) among Red China's people. In Korea, they...

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