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By the Winter of 1951 the United States had suffered 100,000 casualties (17,000 dead); by contrast, the Communist Forces had a casualty list that was over a million. Another round of cease-fire and truce agreements between UN and Communist field commanders had once again come to naught - and America's second Thanksgiving in Korea soon gave way to America's second Christmas in Korea.

This short article explains what went wrong in the last negotiations - yet how could anyone know that there would be no peace until the father of the war, Joseph Stalin, falls over dead - this wouldn't happen until March third of 1953. American Secretary of State Dean Acheson intimated that America's commitment to a free South Korea was genuine and declared that the U.S. would remain in Korea even after a peace agreement has been reached.


The Long Haul (Quick Magazine, 1951)

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