(Stars and Stripes)

Seoul, South Korea, sometime in 1956: Workers load bundles of the Korean edition of Pacific Stars and Stripes on a truck for delivery at the paper’s print and distribution point in Seoul, South Korea. After nearly six years of printing the Korean edition of Pacific Stars and Stripes, the Korea Printing Plant stopped its presses. Taking over was a new, fast, multi-color press in Tokyo which would print a 24-page edition for the troops on the Korean peninsula. The exact date of this photograph is unknown. 

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