CEASE-FIRE: The Prisoners

Every month since the treacherous North Korean attack on South Korea, the International Red Cross has politely asked the Communists for permission to inspect their prison camps. The Communists ignored the requests. Last week, when the Reds handed over their lists of U.N. prisoners at Panmunjom (see NATIONAL AFFAIRS), no, one on the U.N. side knew what to expect.

The Red lists were rushed by helicopter to the U.N. "peace camp" at Munsan, where a special Eighth Army casualty team began mimeographing 30 copies. The work was finished at i a.m. By priority...

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