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A caravan of 501 cattle and 50 vehicles enter Panmunjom, Republic of Korea, bound for the Communist North Korea, Oct. 27, 1998. South Korean business tycoon Chung Ju-yung, founder and honorary chairman of Hyundai Group, donated 501 head of cattle and the vehicles to the famine-stricken country. Mr. Chung had given the North Koreans 500 head of cattle earlier this year in June

A caravan of 501 cattle and 50 vehicles enter Panmunjom, Republic of Korea, bound for the Communist North Korea, Oct. 27, 1998. South Korean business tycoon Chung Ju-yung, founder and honorary chairman of Hyundai Group, donated 501 head of cattle and the vehicles to the famine-stricken country. Mr. Chung had given the North Koreans 500 head of cattle earlier this year in June

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Subject Operation/Series: KOREA CD

Base: Panmunjom

State: Demilitarized Zone

Country: Korea

Scene Camera Operator: TSGT Renee' Sitler

Release Status: Released to Public
Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

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27/10/1998
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