A Letter From The Publisher, Jul. 17, 1950

The outbreak of war in Korea has imposed a series of new demands on the worldwide newsgathering and publishing activities of TIME Inc. Some of these new challenges and how they were met were discussed here last week. Here is a further catalogue of them:

¶At present we are flying copies of TIME to our armed forces in Korea via transport planes of the Far Eastern Air Force. The edition they are getting is the Pacific, one of our four International editions, which is identical with TIME'S U.S. edition except that its advertising is directed to the Pacific market.

¶The Pacific edition, which...

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