RUSSIA: 2,500,000 Missing

Communist propagandists at Panmunjom and Moscow have continuously hurled unfounded charges of mistreatment of prisoners of war at the U.N. commanders in Korea. But what do the Russians say about the millions of prisoners they took in World War II? Nothing. Since last July, a U.N. commission trying to collect information on Russian P.W.s has been continually turned aside.

Last week, working independently of the U.N., the information section of NATO published its own conclusions. Of 7,000,000 prisoners captured by the Russians more than seven years ago:

¶ Fewer than half have been sent...

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