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Women perform at the Arirang Mass Games in Pyongyang, North Korea, September, 2011

Women perform at the Arirang Mass Games in Pyongyang, North Korea, September, 2011

Taken on 2011-09-01

Women perform at the Arirang Mass Games in Pyongyang. Over 150,000 people performed in the Mass Games, which was more than the number of spectators.

Source: http://testroete.com/northkorea.html

Uploaded by JordanBleckner on 2015-03-02

a DPRK Koksan in Iraq

a DPRK Koksan in Iraq

Taken on 2008-11-29

A North-Korean-built M-1978 KOKSAN displayed at the Al Anbar University campus in Ramadi, Iraq is to be removed by U.S. Forces.

Source: U.S. Military, Albert F. Hunt

Uploaded by SamiGoat on 2013-12-16

Korean Armistice Pact, Panmunjom, Korea, July 1953

Korean Armistice Pact, Panmunjom, Korea, July 1953

Taken on 1953-07-27

The Korean War ended in an armistice rather than a formal peace treaty, meaning that the war never ended and both the ROK and DPRK each continue to claim sovereignty over the Korean Peninsula in its entirety. Panmunjom, seen above, continues to serve as a neutral site for negotiations between the two nations to this day.

Source: U.S. Department of Defense

Uploaded by northway on 2014-07-30

USAF Bombs Wonsan, Korea, Korean War

USAF Bombs Wonsan, Korea, Korean War

Taken on 1951-01-01

The Blockade of Wonsan was the longest naval engagement of the Korean War, with US naval forces effectively preventing the North Korean Navy from using the port for most of the war.

Source: USAF

Uploaded by northway on 2014-07-30

US Marines Observe Air Support; Chosin Reservoir, Korea, Dec 1950

US Marines Observe Air Support; Chosin Reservoir, Korea, Dec 1950

Taken on 1950-12-26

The Battle of Chosin Reservoir is one of the better-known battles of the Korean War, remembered for its freezing temperatures and the 2-1 numerical superiority of Chinese forces.

Source: Cpl. P. McDonald, USMC

Uploaded by northway on 2014-07-30

Korea War - Close Air Support

Korea War - Close Air Support

Taken on 1950-12-26

"CLOSE SUPPORT-- This is one of a series of three remarkable combat photographs showing the close coordination of the United States Marine air and ground units during recent fighting with Chinese Communists in Korea. United States Marines drive forward after effective close air support of F4U-5 Corsairs. Billows of smoke and flame from a small target area bear out the accuracy of the flying Leathernecks' markmanship."

Source: U.S. Military, Cpl. P. McDonald, USMC

Uploaded by SamiGoat on 2013-12-16

Soviet Liberators in Korea, 1945

Soviet Liberators in Korea, 1945

Taken on 1945-10-01

The Soviet Union entered into war with Japan following the conclusion of hostilities in the European Theatre of World War II, entering into Korea from the north and precipitating the peninsula's ongoing division.

Source: pohodd.ru/Wikipedia

Uploaded by northway on 2014-08-29