"Counting on Nothing"

November 1951
Time;11/26/1951, Vol. 58 Issue 22, p32
The article looks at what is happening to the morale of U.S. soldiers in Korea amid Korean war cease-fire negotiations at Panmunjom in 1951. A rifleman from Honolulu, Hawaii said he is counting on nothing except rest-and-recuperation leave to get him out of Korea. One company commander offered his views about such talks. A chaplain of one U.S. military unit in the west central sector cited an example to demonstrate how morale is.


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