Foreign News: The Communists Complain

U.S. Air Force officers estimated that 5,000 to 6,000 hand grenades were being turned out every day at a Communist small-arms plant at Nakwon, just south of the Yalu in northwestern Korea. Early last week U.S. planes dropped leaflets warning the people of Nakwon that an air raid was coming. Next day 14 B-29s lumbered over, through heavy flak and passes by enemy interceptors, and blasted the grenade factory to bits.

During the next few days U.N. planes attacked a cement factory (whose output was being used for Red fortifications) at Osu, about 35 miles...

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