On the rocky island of Tungyin, 50 miles off the coast of Red China, is the headquarters of a little-known military unit called the Anti-Communist National Salvation Army. The secret army, 30,000 strong, is Chiang Kai-shek's instrument for the long-promised return to the mainland. The troops are trained as guerrillas, armed with U.S. weapons, and come largely from the mainland coastal provinces.
But where the troops go or what they do is a tight secret.
That secrecy made a news item from Red China all the more interesting last week. Radio Peking trumpeted...
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