Title: 12th Asian Anti-Communist League Conference 
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Stamp Serial#
532 
KPC#
C-298 
MICHEL#
560 
StanGib#
665 
Scott#
543 
Date of Issue
10/31/1966 
Quantity
500,000 
Denomination
7 won 
Design
Anti-Communist League emblem 
Designer
Kim Soon-duek 
Image Area
33mm*23mm 
Perforation
13 
Sheet Composition
5¡¿10 
Paper
Granite paper; unwatermarked
Printer
Government Printing & Mint Agency of the Repubic of Korea 
Description
The 12th convention of the Asian People`s Anti-communist League will be held in Seoul from October 31 through November 7 this year. Responding to the Korean Government call to form a pan­Asian Anti­communist organization that will align and rally the unsystematic Anti­communism movement in individual Asian countries to effectively meet the growing threat of international communist aggression, the Nationalist China, Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand, Hongkong, Ryukyu met first in Jinhae, Korea and established the Asian People`s Anti­communist organization in June, 1954.

The League, established with this purpose, has kept growing, increasingly enlisting support from more countries over the world and today it has developed into a worldwide Anti­communist movement with 26 member nations, 23 observers, and 16 associated Anti­communist groups under its affiliation.

The Republic of Korea, that has been playing a leading role in the League as its founding country and an executive country, has contributed greatly to the international Anti­communism movement and successfully advanced our position as Anti­communist country in the world. The 12th convention will deal, as its major programs, with such subjects as; enlargement and reorganization of the League into a global organization that will give orientation to the Anti­communism movement in the world; stepped­up Anti­communist diplomatic campaigns to the non­aligned countries; and activities of people­to­people diplomacy to promote the good will and strengthen the common ties among the free world countries.

Asian peoples, in pursuit of peace and freedom, will never allow belligerent international communists to succeed in their programs for aggression, and it is expected they will renew their determination to fight for the security of long­lasting world peace through the convention.

The Ministry of Communications will issue a commemorative in honor of the Anti-communist meeting.