War: Inside Kaesong

At last the eyes & ears of the Western world could examine Kaesong. Fourth in a convoy of 16 vehicles was a six-by-six truck carrying 20 allied correspondents and photographers.

The only armed Communists they saw were two M.P.s directing traffic with burp guns slung from their shoulders. (Admiral Joy had agreed to a "necessary minimum" of armed Communist soldiers.) Outside the conference building (newly designated by the Communists as "United Nations House") they found two North Korean officers and a woman sergeant, pert in an olive jacket and blue skirt, who turned out to be a Miss Paik of Pyongyang. The...

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