Foreign News: Riots, Made to Order

More than a year after the Communists set off their costly and humiliating prison-camp riots on Koje Island, the U.N. Command issued a thoroughgoing report on the subject which in effect conceded that the Communists were even cleverer than they had been given credit for. In a 44-page intelligence summary, General Mark Clark's headquarters last week officially acknowledged what has long been suspected: the North Korean regime had sent agents into U.N. prison camps to keep control over the prisoners and to create incidents calculated to embarrass the U.N.

Clark's new report was carefully documented ; it included, as proof, translations of...

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