April 1960
New Yorker;4/2/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 7, p87
The article presents a comment about a band of six Chinese Communist terrorists who retreated by leaving one handkerchief. As reported, these terrorists were captured in Tambol Pramoo, Ampur Nathawee, Songkhla, Thailand, right after the 15-minute gun duel with a Thai border police. However, as commented, leaving with handkerchief was no longer new as it was already done by many pretty girls.


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