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01 October 1952 DailyKorean Bulletin Oct-Dec

01 October 1952 DailyKorean Bulletin Oct-Dec

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of
Current Intelligence
9322,
1
October
1952
DAILY
KOREAN1
B,ULLETIN
Military
Operations
e
Heavy
fighting continued in tht 6th
ROK
Division sector on
the
eaet centralfkont
on
30
September.forcing the
withdrawal
of
South
Korean troops
from
one outpost position.
An
en-
assault
against
another
ROK
outpost
was
repulsed. The
savage
fighting
closed
to hand-to-hand
range
in
the
early
morning
of
1
October.
the
3rd
ROK
Division
sector,
the
heavy
fighting
of
the
previous day
continued.Action ceased the
evening
of
30
September with both
sides
remaining
in
theirpositions.
the
period.
After
three
attacks
the
Chinese
Communist8
succeeded
in
To
the
east,
in
The
en-
employed
32,326
rounds
of
mortar
and
artillery
fire
during
BUY
Ulf
carriex4xised
planes
flew
a
reported
207
sorties
on
30
September.
Re=
ports
have
not
yet
been
received
regarding
west
coast air activity.
vessels
nmintained
the
blockade and bombarded
enw
troop
and
supply
installac
Uons
in
the
vicinity
of
Chaho
and
Woman
on
the
east coast
and
at
mk
n
the
west
coast.
Surface
&
UN
land-based
aircraft
flew
1,070 effective
sorties
on
30
September,
of
Although
eneqy
fighters
were
observed,
no
attack
was
made
and
no
Urm
During
the
which
688
were combat.plant
at
Namsan-ni
near the Sino-Korean border.target.aircraft
were
lost
on
the raid.during the period
of
which
ten
were encountered, with
2
damaged.
morning
of
30
September,
UN
aerial
observers
sighted
200
enemy swept-wingfighters on
Tatungkuo
and
Antung
airfields.
Oeneral
Situation
Forty-eight
medium
bombers
attacked an
enemy
chemical
Observed
bomb
hits
were
on
Ult
F-86
interceptors observed
only
2.4
MIG15's
Cease-Fir0
A
new
prisoner
of
war
incident
is
reported
to
have broken out on Cheju
Island
off southwestern Korea.
45
dead
and
100
to
120
wounded.
1
October to coincide with the
3rd
Anniversaryofthe
founding
of
the
Peiping
regime
.
Prisoner casualties
are
claimed
to
have
totaled
(!he
demonstration
apparently
was
timed
for
\
\
 
PoUtica&
Booording
to
a Japnese
news
agency,
Prime
Minister
Chaw
Taehang
sub=
mittedhi8resignation
to
President
Rhee on
30
September, citing
ill
health
as
hie
reason.
recent
widespread
rumors
and
press
reports
that
the
Prime
Hnieter
had
made
special
arrangements
for
a
Japanese
"spg
ring" to enter
Korea.)
(Wee
my
have
forced
chaw
into
resigning,
using
aa
a
pretext
the
Securiiq
*
nformation
2
 
W
'ylr
*
ecurity InformationCentral Intelligence Agency
Office
of Current Intelligence
9323,
2
October 1952
DAILY KOREA&
BULLETIU
Military
Operations
m
Action continued heavy in
the
ROK
3rd
Division sector in
east
central Korea.
A
South
Korean
company
attempted
on
30
September
and
1
October to recapture the
smU.
Fominence
taken
by
the
Chinese
last
weekend,
Although
fighting
was
very
heavy,
the
RWs
failed
to
retake
the
position, Another
heavy
probe
by NorthKorean elements took
place
in
the
16
45th
Division sector
in
the
east,but
was
repulsed.
of
this
attack. ESrtensive
patrol
contacts,
some
of considerable duration, tookplace
in
other
IPJ
divisional sectors
along
the
front.
The
enemy
used
over
500
rounds
of
artillerg
and
mortar
fire
in
support
Reports
on
lJB
navalair
operations
for
1October
were
delayed.
Surfacevessels maintained
the
blockade
and
bombarded gun positions
and troop
and harborinstallations in
the
vfcinlty of Tanchon,
Sokjin
and
Sinpo
on
the
east
coast
and
in
the
Chodo
and
Haeju
areas
in
the
west.
&
Aircraft under Far
East
Air
Force control flew 952 sorties on
1
October,
618
of which were
tormbat.
Only
3
medium
bomber
sorties,on
close
support
missions
and
leaflet
drops,
were flown.
IN
aircmft observed
only
6
enany
MIG-IS*a
during
the
period,
and
none
were
encountereel.
General
Situation
Radio
Fyongyans
on
1
October broadcast
aNorth
Korean cabinet decisionwhich
exempts
indigent farmers
from
paying
taxes
in
kind
on
the
remenDder
of
the
1952
crop
and
f'rom
all
unpaid
taxes
on
crops prior to
1951.
The
ddcision
WS
wEmnilgated
"in
order
to
improve
the
living
condition
of
poor
farmers
and
to
jnsure
succsssful
preprations for farming
next
yearof* Taxes
in kind
in
North
Korea,
levied
on
estimated rather than actual
yield,
had
amounted
to
a
staggering portion of
the
farmers' crops.
This
new
move
further confirms
the
dire
straits
of
the
North
Korean agricultural situation.)
-h
THEC.I.A.
HASNO
OBJECTION
TO
THE
DECLASSIFICATION
OF
NO.
7
JUL
1978
023
THIS
DOCUMENT.
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wurity
Info
tion

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