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Korean War Memorial Hall Honoring UN Dead, Seoul, Korea, August 2007

Korean War Memorial Hall Honoring UN Dead, Seoul, Korea, August 2007

Taken on 2007-08-08

This hall at the Korean War Memorial lists the name of every UN Command soldier who died, organized by country and state (in the case of the US). There is a separate hall listing all ROK dead.

Source: James Bergland

Uploaded by northway on 2014-07-30

Korean War Memorial - Brothers Statue, August 2007

Korean War Memorial - Brothers Statue, August 2007

Taken on 2007-08-07

The Brothers Statue of the Korean War Memorial in Seoul is meant to represent the families divided by the Korean War.

Source: James Bergland

Uploaded by northway on 2014-07-30

Leaders of Chinese PVA, Korean War

Leaders of Chinese PVA, Korean War

Taken on 1954-01-01

Peng Dehuai with Chen Geng (left), Deng Hua (right), Chinese military leaders during the Korean War. Chinese involvement in the war marked the second major turning point of the war, pushing UN forces back down the peninsula from the Yalu River and ultimately resulting in a stalemate that persisted through the end of the war. Date unknown.

Source: PRC Ministry of Culture

Uploaded by northway on 2014-07-25

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

Royal Australian Regiment Troops in a Trench, Korea, June 1953

Royal Australian Regiment Troops in a Trench, Korea, June 1953

Taken on 1953-06-09

Australia was one of 17 countries that sent military forces to fight with the United Nations Command.

Source: Luff, George 'Max' MacAfie

Uploaded by northway on 2014-07-30

M-46 Dozer Tank of Dog Company, 1st Tank Batallion, Korea, March 1953

M-46 Dozer Tank of Dog Company, 1st Tank Batallion, Korea, March 1953

Taken on 1953-03-23

This M-46 features a wire cage around the turret intended to detonate incoming rockets.

Source: CPL. Beals/DOD MEDIA

Uploaded by northway on 2014-07-23

Piles of Artillery Shells Following the Battle of Triangle Hill, Korea, 1952

Piles of Artillery Shells Following the Battle of Triangle Hill, Korea, 1952

Taken on 1952-11-25

The Battle of Triangle Hill was fought between UN and Chinese forces on the North Korean side of Gangwon-do, near the modern Demilitarized Zone (DMZ).

Source: PD-USGOV

Uploaded by northway on 2014-07-30

US Marines Move Through Rugged Korean Terrain, Korea, 1952

US Marines Move Through Rugged Korean Terrain, Korea, 1952

Taken on 1952-06-01

Korea's rugged terrain proved challenging for forces on both sides of the conflict.

Source: Sergeant Frank C. Kerr, U.S. Marines

Uploaded by northway on 2014-07-30

Kiwi Artillery Crew, Korea, April 1952

Kiwi Artillery Crew, Korea, April 1952

Taken on 1952-04-01

New Zealand was just one of 17 countries that contributed military forces to the UN war effort, with another 5 countries contributing support in the form of humanitarian aid.

Source: Ian Mackley

Uploaded by northway on 2014-07-30

USAF Recruits Arrive at Lackland AFB, United States, June 1951

USAF Recruits Arrive at Lackland AFB, United States, June 1951

Taken on 1951-06-06

The Korean War saw the United States ramp up its military capabilities, including training large numbers of new recruits, both volunteers and draftees.

Source: Manning, Thomas A./USAF

Uploaded by northway on 2014-07-23

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

American Machine Gun Crew, Korea, November 1950

American Machine Gun Crew, Korea, November 1950

Taken on 1950-11-20

Korea represented the United States' first large-scale engagement utilizing desegregated units.

Source: James Cox

Uploaded by northway on 2014-07-30

USAF Korean War Flying Aces, Fall 1950

USAF Korean War Flying Aces, Fall 1950

Taken on 1950-10-01

Francis S. Gabreski (left) congratulates another World War II and Korean War ace, Maj. William T. Whisner (center). On the right is Lt. Col. George Jones, a MiG ace with 6.5 kills.

Source: USAF

Uploaded by northway on 2014-07-25

MacArthur Observes the Shelling of Incheon, Korea, September 1950

MacArthur Observes the Shelling of Incheon, Korea, September 1950

Taken on 1950-09-15

US General MacArthur's amphibious landing at Incheon, a coastal city west of Seoul on the Yellow Sea, is perhaps the best known operation of the entire Korean War. Surprising communist troops and pushing back the tide of a DPRK advance that had cornered UN troops in the ROK's far southeast, this operation marked a significant turning point in the war that saw UN forces take the upper hand - for a time.

Source: Nutter/US Army

Uploaded by northway on 2014-07-25

Refugees Flee DPRK Forces, Korea, Fall 1950

Refugees Flee DPRK Forces, Korea, Fall 1950

Taken on 1950-09-01

Hundreds of thousands of Koreans fled before DPRK forces, including refugees from DPRK territory. UN troops feared rumors that there were North Korean infiltrators in their midst. The long-term result of this exodus was one wherein families saw themselves split by the eventual demarcation line of the DMZ.

Source: USDD/USDD

Uploaded by northway on 2014-07-23

US Marines Fighting in the Streets of Seoul, Korea, 1950

US Marines Fighting in the Streets of Seoul, Korea, 1950

Taken on 1950-09-01

Fierce fighting in Seoul destroyed most of the city's prewar architecture, leaving few areas unscathed. This partially explains modern Seoul's relative lack of traditional architecture. Date unknown.

Source: US Navy

Uploaded by northway on 2014-07-25

US GI Comforts Comrade, Korea, August 1950

US GI Comforts Comrade, Korea, August 1950

Taken on 1950-08-28

A US infantryman comforts his grief-stricken comrade. Date unknown, location unknown.

Source: Sfc. Al Chang/US Army

Uploaded by northway on 2014-07-25

M24 Along Nakdong River, Korea, 1950

M24 Along Nakdong River, Korea, 1950

Taken on 1950-08-17

UN forces were pushed into the far south of the ROK in the first months of the Korean War, prior to MacArthur's Incheon Landing near Seoul.

Source: US DOD

Uploaded by northway on 2014-07-25

US Howitzer Posted Near the Kum River, Korea, Summer 1950

US Howitzer Posted Near the Kum River, Korea, Summer 1950

Taken on 1950-07-15

US forces set up a howitzer in central ROK. Note that the Kum River is quite far from the DMZ, showing how quickly DPRK forces pushed back the UN line.

Source: Signal Corps/US Army

Uploaded by northway on 2014-07-23

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