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U.S. marines on Hungnam Beach, 1950. Sixty years later, the U.S. still maintains a huge troop presence in South Korea

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Image of President Barack Obama giving a speech in South Korea to a group of soldiers and veterans.

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Collection of photos of the soldiers who fought in the Korean War.

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Collection of photos taken from an article written on the 60th anniversary of the Korean War beginning. Photos each have small anecdotes to describe what is happening.

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Report detailing the most likely course of events if America withdrew all its forces from Korea in Spring of 1949.

Why we went to war in korea.pdf
Details the entry of the U.S. to the Korean war in June 1950. Background on the start of the war; U.S. officials who gathered at the State Department after receiving a telegram about the war; Role of General Douglas MacArthur in the war.

What we must do in Korea.pdf
Reports on the impact of resisting communism on the lives of Koreans in Seoul, Korea during the Korean War in 1951. Assistance provided by U.S. soldiers to war-affected Korean civilians; Role of the United Nations in post-war rehabilitation; Problems…

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Reflects on reports that U.S. soldiers did not know what they were fighting for in Korea. Lack of action being done by Defense Secretary Louis Johnson on a report on morale building from the Committee on Religion and Welfare in the Armed Services;…

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The article comments on the implication of the end of the Korean War for the U.S. and for the United Nations. According to the author, the U.S.'s effort to win the war against communist China has been defeated for its strategic interest has been vied…
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