International: Quiet Has Been Restored

On Koje, the bleak and bloody island where the U.N. holds 130,000-odd Chinese and North Korean prisoners of war, strife between Communist and anti-Communist factions is constant, relentless and apparently uncontrollable. Recently, among the North Koreans in Compound 93, the anti-Reds got the upper hand, and the enclosure was suddenly converted to freedom. Work parties from 93 began to sing South Korean songs and wave homemade R.O.K. flags as they were marched to & from their jobs.

Last week a work party of about 150 exalted converts from Compound 93, under a small guard of R.O.K. troops commanded by an R.O.K....

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