Neutral  Nations Supervisory Commission
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Swedish Delegation
Each group had it's own area. There was an invisible barrier between the
northern part (Czech and  Polish) and the Swiss and Swedish teams. We only
meet them in the Conference Area and during some official ceremonies. They
were very polite but we have no contact privately. The Swiss team was sometime
together with us, for example, when we in our camp to celebrate midsummer.
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Celebrating the National Commemoration, 6 june 1954
A photo of myself taken in 2003
Our Shoulder Emblem
Submitted by;
W.O. Gunnar Skoldberg
Swedish Group
NNSC - 1954
Trench inspection was not one of the duties we looked forward to. I believe this was called 'New Year Hill ??
You never knew what you might find, hopefully it was not a 'live' one
RIGHT; These were our MP guards
and escorts
BELOW; One of the MPs who
tried to learn some Swedish words
The midsummer party when I sent out my Korean boys to pick some
flowers and build a midsummer cross in our restaurant tent 'The Swedish
Inn'.Then we invite our Swiss friends and had a good time together
Skanna - He was the leader among my company
This was our houseboy
The PX store in our Swedish camp
W.O. Gunnar Skoldberg
OK! This sign has been inspected, take my picture now
Reading a letter from home
I am reading the indoctrination to my company of Korean boys who work to get the camp together
V         Chinese Sentry Towers               V
V                                                           V
Our transportation between Panmunjom and K-16 Seoul
Looking from the Swedish camp across to the Swiss camp, 1954
JSA MP's
Submitted by;
W.O. Gunnar Skoldberg
Swedish Group
NNSC - 1954
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