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Within sight of the searchlights that guard Panmunjom (where the truce talks were still deadlocked last week), men of the U.S. ist Marine Division were fighting bloodily for strategic high ground. A stream of Marine wounded and dead flowed back to the collecting stations, but the Marines claimed enemy casualties higher than their own.

The weather was broiling hot. It was just two years ago, in similar weather, that the first brigade of Marines arrived at Pusan to help hold the allied beachhead. Last spring the division, now commanded by Major General John T....

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