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임진강 전투시 11루트 도로변에서 적의 공격을 받아 파괴된 영국군의 센츄리온 MK3 전차 - 1951년 4월 25일

임진강 전투시 11루트 도로변에서 적의 공격을 받아 파괴된 영국군의 센츄리온 MK3 전차 - 1951년 4월 25일

United Nations soldiers read propaganda written, in English, by Communist forces, on a wall near an underpass during the Korean War, Korea. Two of the men hold cameras. The message urges the United Nations forces not to 'die for Wall Street,' and to give up the battle and return home.

United Nations soldiers read propaganda written, in English, by Communist forces, on a wall near an underpass during the Korean War, Korea. Two of the men hold cameras. The message urges the United Nations forces not to 'die for Wall Street,' and to give up the battle and return home.

Some GI WAG, remembering those Burma shave cream signs back home, put up these signs on poles along a highway in central Korea that echoed the GI and public feeling over President Truman's dismissal of Gen. Douglas MacArthur as Commander in the Far East, April 22, 1951. A military policeman patrolling the road scratches his head as he reads the series.

Korean War G.I. Road Sign

Some GI WAG, remembering those Burma shave cream signs back home, put up these signs on poles along a highway in central Korea that echoed the GI and public feeling over President Truman's dismissal of Gen. Douglas MacArthur as Commander in the Far East, April 22, 1951. A military policeman patrolling the road scratches his head as he reads the series.

War is Hell: Korea (51 Photos)

War is Hell: Korea (51 Photos)

Turks having a laugh

Turks having a laugh

1st division marines climb over the sea wall as part of the Inchon Landing plan. Inchon was an important port for the South Koreans, and it was only 15 miles away from Seoul, the capitol General MacAthur intended and was going to regain lost ground.

1st division marines climb over the sea wall as part of the Inchon Landing plan. Inchon was an important port for the South Koreans, and it was only 15 miles away from Seoul, the capitol General MacAthur intended and was going to regain lost ground.

Cpl. Clifford Rodgers, Muskogee, Okla., looks at bound wrist of a Korean Civilians found in deep snow on Jan. 27, 1951 near Yangji, about 15 miles northwest of Ichon on the central front. The atrocity victim, one of several found in the area, presumably had been killed by reds retreating before allied advance. (AP Photo/Max Desfor

Cpl. Clifford Rodgers, Muskogee, Okla., looks at bound wrist of a Korean Civilians found in deep snow on Jan. 27, 1951 near Yangji, about 15 miles northwest of Ichon on the central front. The atrocity victim, one of several found in the area, presumably had been killed by reds retreating before allied advance. (AP Photo/Max Desfor

preparing to serve breakfast to the troops on Pork Chop Hill during the Korean War.

preparing to serve breakfast to the troops on Pork Chop Hill during the Korean War.

Two North Korean boys, serving in the North Korean Army, taken prisoner in the Sindang-dong area by elements of the 389th Inf. Regt., are interrogated by a U.S. soldier shortly after their capture. September 18, 1950.

Two North Korean boys, serving in the North Korean Army, taken prisoner in the Sindang-dong area by elements of the 389th Inf. Regt., are interrogated by a U.S. soldier shortly after their capture. September 18, 1950.

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