AUSTRALIA: Flight to Hong Kong

Unlike the U.S., Australia now raises no objection to travel behind the Iron Curtain. Last week a Douglas Skymaster arrived in Hong Kong from Sydney with 26 Australians aboard. In Hong Kong they went their separate ways. Five, left-wing trade union delegates, went on into Red China for the May Day celebrations in Peking. The other 21, soldiers and airmen, flew on to Korea to fight the Chinese Communists.


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