Skip to comments.[Korean War Photos] Life, Death and Prayer: the Face of War
Posted on 07/30/2013 6:38:18 PM PDT by TigerLikesRooster
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Life, Death and Prayer: the Face of War
Sept. 23, 1950: N. Korean POW's were being transported near Gimpo area after successful Inchon Landing on Sept. 15
Feb. 17, 1951: A husband carrying his wounded wife
Aug.16, 1950: U.S. service men and S. Koreans were giving an Indian style funeral for UN Indian worker Nayar (sp?) who was killed by a landmine.
Aug. 25, 1950: A Catholic chaplain Frudel (sp?) was conducting a makeshift outdoor mass for troops in front of a tank, who were participating in the Nakdong Battle aka the Battle of Pusan Perimeter.
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Thanks for posting these riveting pictures. I imagine there have been many pictures in the Korean media recently since the armistice was the 27th.
Sure glad we won that war.....Obama said we won so it must be true
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