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["Communist being Badly Beaten" - General Collins Asserts]

[Communist Posters]

[Communist and Anti-Communist Posters]

[Communist Posters]

[Communist Posters]

[Communist Posters]

[Communist and Anti-Communist Posters]

[Paris Wages War of Posters (Communist Posters pasted over the M.P. Poster)]

[Communist Poster (skull and crossbones)]

[Communist Maps of France]

[Communist Maps of France]

[Communist Placards in Paris]

[Communist Placards in Paris]

["Communist being Badly Beaten" - General Collins Asserts]

[Communist HQ in Paris]

[Communist Demonstration]

[Communist Placards in Paris]

[Communist and Anti-Communist Posters]

[Communist Posters at Honfleur]

[Communist Posters]

[Communist Posters]

[Communist Posters]

[Paris Wages War of Posters (Communist Posters pasted over the M.P. Poster)]

[Communist Posters]

[Paris Wages War of Posters (Communist Posters pasted over the M.P. Poster)]

[Communist and Anti-Communist Posters]

[Communist Poster]

[Communist Posters]

[Communist Posters and Inscriptions "US Go Home, Americans Go Home - Les Americains en Amerique"]

[Communist Charts (Maps)]

[Communist Charts (Maps)]

[Communist Charts (Maps)]

[Communist May Day Celebration in Paris]

[Communist HQ in Paris]

[Communist Booklets]

[Communist May Day Celebration in Paris]

[Communist Posters]

[Communist Posters]

[Communist Posters and Inscriptions "US Go Home, Americans Go Home - Les Americains en Amerique"]

[Communist Posters]

[Communist Posters]

[Communist Posters and Inscriptions "US Go Home, Americans Go Home - Les Americains en Amerique"]

[Paris Wages Political War of Posters (Communist Poster, Anti-Communist Poster, Commuist and Anti-Communist)]

[Communist Posters]

[Communist and Anti-Communist Posters]

[Communist Posters and Inscriptions "US Go Home, Americans Go Home - Les Americains en Amerique"]

[Paris Plastered with Posters Communist]

[Communist Posters]

[Communist Charts (Maps)]

[Communist Maps of France]

[Communist Charts (Maps)]

[Paris Wages Political War of Posters (Communist Poster, Anti-Communist Poster, Commuist and Anti-Communist)]

[Communist and Anti-Communist Posters]

[Communist and Anti-Communist Posters]

[Communist Posters]

[Paris Wages Political War of Posters (Communist Poster, Anti-Communist Poster, Commuist and Anti-Communist)]

[Communist Posters]

Up Goes the American Flag, Raised by Victorious U.S. Marines Over the Capital of Korea to Signify the Defeat of Communist Forces in Seoul

Astonished Marines of the 5th and 7th Regiments, Who Hurled Back a Surprise Onslaught by Three Chinese Communist Divisions Hear That They Are to Withdraw

Seventh Marine Regiment, Wearing and Carrying Cold Weather Equipment, Presses into Communist Territory of Chosin Reservoir, Supported by Marine Air Strikes as the Maneuver Progresses

Free vs. Communist

Protect Yourself Against Communist Threat

Protect Yourself Against Communist Threat

Communist Atrocities & Governments

Communist Threat to Religion

Berlin Wall Along Bernauer Street Blocks Entrance to Church in East Berlin Symbolically Reminding Germans of Communist Opposition to Religion

Communist Accusing Slogan

Communist Accusing Slogan

Poster: Communist Subversion in Latin America

Communist Subversion in Latin America (Poster) 65-323

Communist Subversion in Latin America (Poster) 65-325

Communist Subversion in Latin America (Poster) 65-324

Communist literature was found in a suitcase seized during the multiservice, multinational Operation URGENT FURY

An aerial starboard side close- in view of the top of the sail of a Russian Northern Fleet DELTA IV nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine. The flag is the new Navy banner that replaced the Communist hammer and sickle. Actually, this is the banner used by the old Imperial Russian Navy prior to 1917

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

Representatives from Republic of Korea and North Korea meet at the Military Demarcation Line at Panmunjom, Republic of Korea, prior to the caravan of 501 cattle and 50 vehicles entering 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

Ladies from North Korea wearing traditional hanbok leave Panmungak to present gifts to South Korean business tycoon Chung Ju-yung, Oct. 27, 1998. Prior to the caravan of 501 cattle and 50 vehicles entering the Communist North Korea, Chung, founder and honorary chairman of Hyundai Group, donated 501 head of cattle and the vehicles to the famine-stricken country of North Korea. Mr. Chung had given the North Koreans 500 head of cattle earlier this year in June

Members of the local and military press document the caravan of 501 cattle and 50 vehicles as they enter Communist North Korea from Panmunjom, Republic of 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

Ladies from North Korea wearing traditional hanbok leave Panmungak to present gifts to South Korean business tycoon Chung Ju-yung, Oct. 27, 1998. Prior to the caravan of 501 cattle and 50 vehicles entering the Communist North Korea, Chung, founder and honorary chairman of Hyundai Group, donated 501 head of cattle and the vehicles to the famine-stricken country of North Korea. 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

Representatives from Republic of Korea and North Korea meet at the Military Demarcation Line at Panmunjom, Republic of Korea, prior to the caravan of 501 cattle and 50 vehicles entering 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

North Korean People's Army soldiers stand guard at the Military Demarcation Line at Panmungak prior to the caravan of 501 cattle and 50 vehicles entering 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

COL Donald Kropp, United Nations Command Secretariat, talks with visitors at Panmunjom, Republic of Korea, prior to the caravan of 501 cattle and 50 vehicles entering 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

Republic of Korea Army Soldiers from the Joint Security Area Battalion stand guard at the Military Demarkation Line at Panmunjom, Republic of Korea, prior to the caravan of 501 cattle and 50 vehicles entering 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

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

Republic of Korea Army Soldiers from the Joint Security Area Battalion stand guard at the Military Demarcation Line at Panmunjom, Republic of Korea, prior to the caravan of 501 cattle and 50 vehicles entering 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

Ladies from North Korea wearing traditional hanbok leave Panmungak to present gifts to South Korean business tycoon Chung Ju-yung, Oct. 27, 1998. Prior to the caravan of 501 cattle and 50 vehicles entering the Communist North Korea, Chung, founder and honorary chairman of Hyundai Group, donated 501 head of cattle and the vehicles to the famine-stricken country of North Korea. Mr. Chung had given the North Koreans 500 head of cattle earlier this year in June

Members of the local and military press document the caravan of 501 cattle and 50 vehicles as they enter Communist North Korea from Panmunjom, Republic of 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

The local Iraqi Communist Party building in An Nasiriya, Iraq, during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

The local Iraqi Communist Party building in An Nasiriya, Iraq, during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

The local Iraqi Communist Party building in An Nasiriya, Iraq, during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

At the US Air Force (USAF) 377Th Security Police Squadron (SPS) reunion, Lieutenant Colonel (LCOL) Keith Harris, 377th Security Forces Squadron (SFS) Commander, introduces a military working dog demonstration to the 36-year reuion group. Personnel from the 377th SPS fought-off Communist Forces who infiltrated Tan Son Nhut Air Base (AB), Vietnam (VNM) during the Tet Offensive of 1968