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장진 (Chosin) 저수지 정지에서 후퇴 해병대Marines in the retreat from the Changjin (Chosin) reservoir halt while leading elements clear a Chinese roadblock.

장진 (Chosin) 저수지 정지에서 후퇴 해병대Marines in the retreat from the Changjin (Chosin) reservoir halt while leading elements clear a Chinese roadblock.

korean war  | ... million civilians were killed during the 3 years of the Korean War

korean war | ... million civilians were killed during the 3 years of the Korean War

Marine infantry lead an M26 tank Much of Seoul was destroyed in vicious street battles in September, 1950. Here marine infantry lead an M26 tank in the attack. (U.S. Marine Corps photo.)

Marine infantry lead an M26 tank Much of Seoul was destroyed in vicious street battles in September, 1950. Here marine infantry lead an M26 tank in the attack. (U.S. Marine Corps photo.)

Marines Korea 1951

Marines Korea 1951

Image SC365635 - KOREAN CONFLICT

Image SC365635 - KOREAN CONFLICT

U. S Army 24th Infantry Div. wounded soldiers

U. S Army 24th Infantry Div. wounded soldiers

Chosin Reservoir, near Yalu river just before Chinese launch an attack in UN Lines during Korean War

Chosin Reservoir, near Yalu river just before Chinese launch an attack in UN Lines during Korean War

The marine and army retreat from the Changjin (Chosin) reservoir in December, 1950

The marine and army retreat from the Changjin (Chosin) reservoir in December, 1950

Frightened US infantrymen from the 89th Infantry Division crossed the Rhine river in the landing craft near the town of Saint Goar under heavy enemy fire. Ruhr Pocket.

Frightened US infantrymen from the 89th Infantry Division crossed the Rhine river in the landing craft near the town of Saint Goar under heavy enemy fire. Ruhr Pocket.

Millions of Koreans were uprooted from their homes by bombing, shelling or fear and attempted to flee to safety. Pusan and other cities in the south became giant refugee camps, with people sleeping on the streets. (Defense Department photo.)

Millions of Koreans were uprooted from their homes by bombing, shelling or fear and attempted to flee to safety. Pusan and other cities in the south became giant refugee camps, with people sleeping on the streets. (Defense Department photo.)

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