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"As September moved along, [Supreme Commander] Choe Yong-gon of the North Korean Army, began to use new tactics. He launched heavy drives along the entire 120-mile front to keep the U.S. from juggling its units. Feints in the north-east toward Pohang and along the Southern front drew the tired First Marines and the 24th Division back into the line after only a few days of rest in rear areas. The newly arrived British brigade was hurriedly committed... President Syngman Rhee of the Korean Republic hopefully predicted that the Communists would be on the run by rice-harvesting time in October."

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The Pliable Front Line (Pathfinder Magazine, 1950)

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