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Facts Forum. Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 3, March 1955 - File 018. 1955-03. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 28, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1352973/item/769/show/717.

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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 3, March 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Contributor
  • Evans, Medford
Publisher Facts Forum
Date March 1955
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
Place
  • Dallas, Texas
Genre
  • journals (periodicals)
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  • Text
Identifier AP2.F146 v. 4 1955; OCLC: 1352973
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  • University of Houston Libraries
  • Facts Forum News
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Transcript Strait. Ih- made- ii difficult for China he trade w ill, the outside world. Chiang was seriously interrupting the flow of American and other Western g Is which eeur noble allies wen- shipping in lo the Chinese Communists. Moreover, the presence of Chiang Kni- slick on Formosa- just ninety miles from the mainland kepi vast numbers e,f Communisl soldiers tied down on the coast, awaiting an ever-expected and dreadfully-feared invasion. The Communists needed help; and we gave it lee them. Truman sent the American Seventh Fleet into China waters lee neutralize Formosa -to keep Chiang kai--ln-k from trying to invade the Communist-held mainland. Of course, Mr. Truman also ordered the Seventh Reel to keep the Commies from invading Formosa. Bul lhal was meaningless, because the leVels did not have any navy not any. Chiang Kai-shek <!'<! have a e-mail navy of sorts —Wide World Photo A group of U.S. Navy frogmen cleared underwater obstructions in the harbor of the North Tachen island before start of evacuation. —Wide World Pholo General view of the evacuation operation on the North Tachen island showing landing craft on the beach with others standing by in the boy Feb. 8. Page 16 the' one that got him to Formosa in ihe- first place.10 Within a matter of weeks after our Seventh Fleet moved into Formosa Strait to protect the Communists from Chiang Kai-shek, the Communists pulled some 250.000 of their besl "e.ldiers out of their defensive positions on the China coast ami sent them into battle against Americans in North Korea.18 But note ihis well: lhe Communists, in sending their armies against ours in Korea, were not daring lo challenge American military mighl. SPIES ARE REASSURED Through their espionage coverage in lhe Inited Nations and in the Western capitals, lln- Communists had been assured lhal tin- United Nations would nol permit America to slrikc back al China if China intervened in Korea. Even so, the- Communists failed utterly lee vein anything lev force of arms il Korea: hut they won mosl of what they wanted with their weapon of negotia- lion, and put themselves in ;i position I" take lie- rest without further struggle.1 The senior \merican military corn- ninndiTs who fought in Kein-a Generals MacArthur, Clark. Stratemeyer, Van Fleet, Almond have all testified lhat we could have won the war in Koref and destroyed Communisl power in Asin without precipitating a genera] war, and with fewer American casualties than il cost ns to lose the war. Bul Washington officials wouldn't Iel our soldien win the war. because the United Nation'' didn't want them lo win. I In- Republicans, "I course, were g*' ing he conclude the Korean war honorably. Their notion of honor, as it turned out. was to accept armistice terrO" dictated by the Chinese Communists an* written by pro-Communist India. Tb* Communists have been violating lhe af' mistice terms since the day they wet* signed; and we have ignored the" violations.1' Communist China is one eef the weakest nalions on earth. They have vn-' armies eef fool soldiers, and six hundre* million people win, arc starving. I'1' they have no navy, no superweapons, "'' transport, n,e industry nothing wit" which lee fighl a modern war. Yet, th*' have, committed every conceiva rag,- againsl us. How do they dare I Ini) have' guessed lhal America h;r heroine' -.e . ennpli'le-lv hypnotized by 'I'1 senseless iele-a of collective security through lhe United Nations lhal "' -imply do not have- thc national w il' ''' use, in our own interests, the overwheW ing power lhal we- possess. \\ hen the Chinese < iommunists '"' read) for more conquests, they sWJ little war- and threaten big ones. A"0 lhe Socialists, pro-Communists, and "''' Iralisls in lhe- I nited Yeli.ens begin '' quiver ami plead for peaceful neg"0* tions. We, in lln- fatuous belief lha1 ,v' on1' ■/'■ FACTS FOIIUM NEWS, Mun-h. '■'"' V.
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