It was not only the American generals who signed safe conduct passes. The above surrender pass is signed by Chung Il Kwon, who became a national hero at the age of 32 while commanding Korean forces at the start of the Korean War in 1950. During periods of the fiercest fighting with North Korean and Chinese forces, General Chung served as a tactical commander of his country's forces. As a major general, he led South Korean units during the landing of United Nations forces at Inchon. He left the army in 1957 as a four-star general and served for 20 years in high positions in the South Korean Government. He was the Prime Minister in 1964, during a period of sustained economic growth. This leaflet targets guerrilla troops in the southwest. The Korean designation is KA-K-4. The front depicts General Kwon and says in part:


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