After "Operation Killer" and "Operation Strangle" comes what might well be called "Operation Slaughterhouse." Seventy-eight North Korean cities, towns, and villages have been notified that they are in imminent danger of being bombed and burned by their would-be United Nations liberators. No doubt long before this is in print, many of these communities will have suffered the fate of Guernica and of that nameless little Korean hamlet north of Anyang which was hit by a napalm raid "and nowhere in the village have they buried the dead because there is nobody left to do so." (New York Times, Feb. 9, 1951.)
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