Korean War




On June 25, 1950 North Korea launched an unprovoked full scale invasion of the south and started a war that lasted three years. As the communist North Koreans campaigned to unify the country by force, the entire land was devastated and millions of people were left homeless and separated from their families. A cease-fire was signed in July 1953 and both sides have since gone through enormous changes in their efforts at rehabilitation.


History of Korean War The United States Army in the Korean War Levy County Casualties
Korean War Timeline Black Combat Units in the Korean War






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