The War That Will Not Be Forgotten

Hasenauer, Heike
May 2000
Soldiers;May2000, Vol. 55 Issue 5, p14
Reflects on the 50th anniversary of the Korean War in June 2000. Details on the division of Korea; Reasons for the support of China and the Soviet Union on North Korea's attack on South Korea; Details on the attack of North Korea in Seoul; Actions taken by the armed forces of the United States; Result of the war.


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