WAR IN ASIA: Change of Site?

WAR IN ASIA Change of Site? Said the Communist commanders in Korea: the Kaesong truce talks, broken off by the Reds on Aug. 23, could now be resumed.

Said General Matthew B. Ridgway: O.K.—but not at Kaesong. He wanted another site where it would not be so easy for the Reds to make trouble. U.N. officers pointed out that U.N. airmen found legitimate military targets quite close to Kaesong, that the number of Communist complaints itself clearly showed the city's unsuitability for truce talks.

The week before, the Reds had rejected the same...

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