REFUGEES: Too Much Neutrality

A small plane stood on an airfield in South Korea at dawn one day last week, waiting to take on passengers bound for the north. They were Polish, Czech and Swiss members of a neutral nations' truce inspection team which had been keeping check on the airfield's traffic. Just as the plane was ready to take off, one of the neutrals, pale, thin Jan Hajdukiewicz of Poland, ran from his colleagues to the side of U.S. Major Edward Moran. "I'm afraid to go back to Communism!" he blurted out to the non-neutral major. "I don't wish to return. It's...

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