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,'. APPENDIX 1. CONTRIBUTIONS TO KOREAN ACTIVITIES—Continued Summaries of military and relief assistance for Korea as of January 15, 1952—Con.

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Summary of assistance for Korean emergency relief program as of January 15, 1952 (Escept where noted, this list does not contain offers to UNKRA through the Negotiating Committee on

Contributions to Programs of Relief and Rehabilitation)

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France

Oct. 9, 1950..... Medical supplies

Dec. 29, 1950... ----do..
Greece.

Oct. 20, 1950.. Soap, 113 tons...
Nov 30, 1950... Notebooks and pencisl, 25,000

each.

Dec. 27, 1950.. Medical supplies.. Leeland

Sept. 14, 1950.. Cod liver oil, 125 tons..
Indis

Oct. 4, 1950... Jute bags, 400,000....
Oct. 11, 1950... Medical supplies..
Aug. 9, 1951. Medical supplies; 8 items (do-

nated by Indian Red Cross). Israel.

Aug. 22, 1950. Medical supplies...
Feb. 19, 1951... Citrus products
Apr. 27, 1951.... Preserved foods, 300 cases (do

nated by Japan Canned and

Bottled Foods Association). Lebanon.

July 26, 1950...1 $50,000.... Liberia

July 17, 1950 Natural rubber, 22,400 lbs....

Feb. 23, 1951... Natural rubber, 15,000 lbs... Mexico.--

Sept. 30, 1950... Pulses and rice, 2,657 metric

tons; medical supplies. New Zealand.--

Oct. 6, 1950...... Dried peas, 492 metric tons.--
Nov. 20, 1950... Milk powder, 150 tons..

Soap, 200 tons..-
Nov. 21, 1950...- Used clothing, 5 tons (donated

by Council of Organizations

for Relief Services Overseas). Bee footnotes at end of table, p. 193.

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New Zealand... Mar. 14, 1951... Vitamin capsules, 9,880,000

Under shipment.
Mar. 16, 1951. Used clothing, 5 tons (donated

Do.
by CORSO).
Oct. 15, 1951... Clothing, 13 cubic tons (donated

Accepted by Unified by CORSO).

Command.
Oct. 24, 1951... Clothing, 1325 tons (donated by

Acceptance pending.
CORSO)

Declined unless can Nicaragua..... Nov. 16, 1950... Rice, 50 tons..

be made available Dec. 16, 1950... Rice, 100 tons, and alcohol, 5,000

at United States qts.

1 port. Norway.---- Dec. 29, 1950.... Clothing, 126 tons (collected by

Arrived in Korean Europahjelpen).

theater. Feb. 13, 1951... Medical supplies..

Under shipment. Pakistan... Aug. 29, 1950.-. Wheat, 5,000 tons...

Arrived in Korean

theater. Paraguay.---- Nov. 3, 1950... $10,000.

10,000 Deposited. Peru... Nov. 21, 1950... 1,000,000 Peruvian soles.

65,000 Pending legislation. Philippines... July 7, 1950.. Soap, 50,000 cakes..

5,500 Under shipment. Sept. 7, 1950 Vaccines...........

50, 050 Arrived in Korean

theater. Sept. 8, 1950... Rice, 10,000 metric tons------- 2,260,000 8,850 tons shipped,

balance awaiting

shipment. Sept. 8, 1950..--- Fresh blood, 518 units. --------- 19,475 Arrived in Korean

theater. Nov. 29, 1950... Fresh blood, 500 units..

Declined. Thailand... Sept. 20, 1950. Rice, 40,000 metric tons.-------

Arrived in Korean

theater. Turkey.-- Aug. 19, 1950... Vaccines and serums.--

Declined owing to

difficulties of

transportation. Jan. 10, 1951...-- Knitting wool and needles (do

898 Arrived in Korean nated by Red Crescent).

theater. United Kingdom Oct. 19, 1950.. Salt, 6,000 tons.--

139, 149 Do. Oct. 20, 1950.. Sulfa drugs. -

48, 791 Dec. 22, 1950.. Food yeast, 50 tons...

25, 166 Mar. 29, 1951... Clothing and cloth, 1,200 lbs.

Do. (donated by Y. W. 0. A.

Hong Kong). June 19, 1951..-. Supplies to value of £400,000, | 1, 120,000 Supplies to be including:

made available at request of Uni

fied Command. Charcoal, 2,000 piculs per ------------| Under shipment.

month.
United States.. Ofñcial valua. Foodstuffs (wheat, barley, 61, 182, 625 ().

tion received 477,024 m. t. rice, etc.).
on Dec. 6,
1951.

Medical and sanitary supplies... 11,488, 452
Soap, 6,580 m. t.

2,084, 156
Coal, 328,590 m. t.

6,168, 335
Petroleum products, 164,098 m.t 4, 401, 656
Transportation equipment, 10,469
m. t...-..

6, 049, 036
Communication equipment,
13.757 m. t.--------

3,729, 334
Clothing, shoes, textiles, 25,484
m.t.. .

36,941, 778
Agricultural supplies and equip-

ment.--- -------190,734 m. t.. 15, 175, 370
Industrial repair equipment and
supplies, and other equipment

860 m. t.. 493, 294
Miscellaneous manufactured

end products (tents, etc.). ----- 1, 328, 677 Miscellaneous raw materials and

products...------73,316 m. t. 17, 424, 296 Storage and laboratory costs.-- 305, 500 Transportation costs of certain contributions from other

1, 368, 122 (Donated by Nov. 16, 1950. Used clothing. American

104,000

-5,000 lb.Soap..--

Under shipment. Friends Jan. 23, 1951..-- Used clothing.. ..10 tons. 20,000 Service Feb. 14, 1951

11,000 lb.. 10,000 Commit Mar. 12, 1951..

do

-7.500 lb.. 7,500 1 Arrived in Korean tee.) May 28, 1951..

do.

24,233 lb.. 24, 233 theater. July 12, 1951..

.67,500 lb. 67,500 | Under shipment. Aug. 28, 1951..

do..
32,500 lb..

Do.
Sept. 11, 1951... .do..

60,860 lb.. 60, 860 Do.
Soap...

-3,700 lb..

370

Do. See footnotes at end of table, p. 193.

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United States-
Continued.
(Donated by June 13, 1951... Clothing and shoes. .500,000 lb..
American Oct. 24, 1951...---.--.do. .....1,000,000 lb.
Relief for
Korea)
(Donated by Aug. 10, 1951... Used clothing....... 69, 426 lb..
anonymous
United

Canned milk and food...500 lb..
States Dec. 3, 1951 Clothing -----------32, 256 lb..
sources.)
(Donated by Sept. 21, 1950.... Food and clothing packages..
by CARE,
Inc.) Nov. 20, 1950.... Blankets and textile packages...

Apr. 10, 1951.--- Food packages ---------
June 19, 1951... ---.do..

Blanket packages...
July 25, 1951.. Food packages...
Aug. 13, 1951.. Material, soap, foc
Aug. 22, 1951... Food packages..--
Oct. 19, 1951.. Knitting wool packages, 2,500...
Dec. 3. 1951 Clothing and blanket packages..

Food packages...
Jan. 9, 1952... Soap packages...
(Donated by Sept. 25, 1950.-. Used clothing and miscellaneous
Church

supplies.
World.. Nov. 6, 1950... Vitamin tablets, 1,000,000.-
Service.)

Used clothing.....100,000 lb..
Jan. 30, 1951. .....do..

60,000 lb..
Feb. 19, 1951

do.

12,000 lb. Feb. 21, 1951..

.do..

40,000 lb..
Apr. 2, 1951...
-..do...

10,000 lb..
May 18, 1951... - do..

50,000 lb.. (Donated by | Aug. 8, 1951... Newsprint, 1,000 tons... ------

Committee for Free Asia.) (Donated by Apr. 11, 1951.-) Used clothing -------- 19,000 lb.-| General Conference of Seventhday Adventists.) (Donated by Feb. 23, 1951

.44,550 lb.. Lutheran Mar. 26, 1951. So

12,851 lb. World Apr. 26, 1951..

Relief.) July 18, 1951...
(Donated by Sept. 26, 1951.
Manget
Founds-
tion.)
(Donated by Oct. 1951.- Services of 1 supply officer.......
Mennonite
Central
Com-
mittee.)

Feb. 19, 1951..-- Used clothing --------102,883 lb..
Oriental
Missionary

Society.)
(Donated by Sept. 10, 1951.- Medical supplies......

Presbyterian Church in the United States.)

Dec. 12, 1950... Used and new clothing-4,913 lb..
Save the
Children

Feb. 16, 1951... Used clothing --------10,011 lb.
Federa Apr. 23, 1951... . ..do...----------...13,512 ID.
tion.)
July 9, 1951.

.do..--............15,700 lb..
July 20, 1951. School equipment.--
Oct. 10, 1951... Used clothing...---.-.15,136 lb.
Oct. 10, 1951.. School equipment and gift pack-

ages.
Oct. 22, 1951.- Used clothing....----- 4,826 lb.
Dec. 10, 1951..-..-.-do.. .

.-.-9,867 lb.-1 See footnotes at end of table, p. 193.

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Summary of assistance for Korean emergency relief program as of January 15, 1952

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Korean Consul Mar. 19, 1951. 1 Clothing, 756 lbs...

ate General,

San Francisco.
League of Red Nov. 11, 1950. Services of 9 medical teams, each
Cross Societies.

of 3 persons.
Tents, blankets, medical sup-

plies, clothing.
June 8, 1951.--- Educational gift boxes, 50,000

(donated by American Junior

Red Cross).
June 13, 1951 Mecaprine tablets, 2,000,000 (do-

nated by Indian Red Cross).
June 13, 1951... Dried fruit, 3.092 kg. (donated

by Greek Red Cross).
June 15, 1951.. Clothing, food, medicine, etc.

(donated by Japanese Red

Cross).
July 27, 1951..... School chests, 75 (donated by

American Junior Red Cross).
See footnotes at end of table, p. 193.

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