BATTLE OF KOREA: Limited Objective

After two weeks of aggressive patrolling and probing attacks, the U.N. units below Seoul jumped off last week in a much stronger and broader drive, officially labeled a "limited objective attack."

A naval diversion was staged at Inchon, where the U.S. cruiser St. Paul and two destroyers pumped shells ashore. A few South Korean marines steamed boldly into Inchon harbor in an 80-ft. gunboat, tied up at a dock, skirmished ashore for four hours, killed 40 Chinese and sailed away with two prisoners. This week, the battleship Missouri and other vessels, including carriers,...

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