Across the Parallel

October 1950
Time;10/16/1950, Vol. 56 Issue 16, p28
The article deals with the attack of the North Koreans at the Manchurian border between Mongolia and Inner Mongolia, China in October 1950. It reports that the vehicles of the communists moved in widely spaced clusters and were equipped with supplies from their Russian and Chinese comrades over the border. The author mentions that the North Koreans were establishing a defense 80 miles north of the 38th parallel.


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