Forty of the United Nations have offered money, men or supplies for the U.N. war effort in Korea. Only 14 countries, besides the U.S., have thus far furnished any military assistance. Last week U.N. forces in Korea included contingents from the United Kingdom, France, Australia, Belgium, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Greece, the Philippines, Siam, Canada, Colombia, South Africa, Turkey.* These units totaled approximately 35,000 men.

Belgian infantrymen were the most recent arrivals. Last Wednesday Korean Premier John M. Chang went down to the docks in Pusan to welcome a 650-man Belgian battalion. With it came 50 volunteers from Luxembourg.


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