Citations with the tag: KOREAN War, 1950-1953
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- Spring thaw for Korea's cold war?
Cumings, B. // Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists; Apr1992, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p14
Investigates Korea in 1992, a museum of the war in which four million people died and a microcosm of the Cold War confrontation that bedeviled world peace for 40 years. December 1991 signing of an agreement on reconciliation and nonaggression; China's trade relations with Seoul; Removal of US...
- Korea: Cold War battleground.
Mattila, N.N. // Cobblestone; May91, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p16
Recounts the North Korean invasion of South Korea in 1950, which resulted in the US involvement there until 1953, when an armistice was signed. Republic of Korea (ROK) efforts; Command of United Nation forces by General Douglas MacArthur; Chineseinvolvement; Peace talk problems. INSET:...
- Beginning to remember Korea.
Bushkoff, Leonard // Christian Science Monitor; 8/8/95, Vol. 87 Issue 177, p20
Opinion. Recounts the various happenings in the Korean War that happened in 1953 and lasted for almost 3 years. Reasons behind the America's indifference to the war; Explanation given by General Douglas MacArthur; Final results of the war and its implications for US; History on the war by...
- Veteran challenges Army records of black infantry.
Bushkoff, Leonard // Jet; 5/8/89, Vol. 76 Issue 5, p25
Discusses the challenge by a former Army captain, David Carlisle, that the Army has wrongly accused the mostly black 24th Infantry of cowardice under fire during the Korean War.
- Rehearsal for a disaster.
McGrath, P. // Newsweek; 11/30/87, Vol. 110 Issue 22, p47
The Korean War may be the least understood of America's military ventures. It took an estimated 1.5 million lives on both sides, yet it left a surprisingly slight impression on the national memory. But the Korean War deserves reconsideration, because it was a military rehearsal for the...
- The forgotten men of Korea's Chosin Reservoir.
McGrath, P. // Yankee; Dec85, Vol. 49 Issue 12, p80
On Nov. 27, 1950, 2,800 US Army troops advanced along the east shore of the Chosin Reservoir in North Korea. By Dec. 2, all but 385 were killed, wounded, captured, or missing. The mystery of what happened during those five days has been probed by two veterans.
- The limits of constraint: Canadian-American relations and the Korean War, 1950-51.
Prince, Robert S. // Journal of Canadian Studies; Winter92/93, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p129
Re-examines some of the key issues of Canadian-American diplomacy during the first seven months of the Korean War. Research sources; Central importance of American forces; Influence of Canada's External Affairs Minister Lester B. Pearson; Department of External Affairs (DEA); United Nations...
- America's forgotten war.
Tarshis, L. // Scholastic Update; 3/20/92, Vol. 124 Issue 13, p10
Looks back at the Korean War, best known as the war that America has forgotten. How it began in 1950, the first conflict of the Cold War era; Battle between the United States and the Soviet Union over the political and economic future of Korea; Challenges that faced American troops sent to the...
- New Russian archival materials, old American debates, and the Korean War.
Weathersby, Kathryn // Problems of Post-Communism; Sep/Oct95, Vol. 42 Issue 5, p25
Outlines the major conclusions about the origins of the Korean War from the archives of the Russian Foreign Ministry, the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, the Presidential Archive of the Russian Federation and the archive of the General Staff of the Russian Armed...
- Americans should remember lessons of `the forgotten war'.
Garamone, Jim // Army Communicator; Fall95, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p50
Focuses on the participation of the United States in the Korean War during the 1950s. Division of the Korean peninsula after World War II; North Korea's attack on South Korea on June 25, 1950; Involvement of the United States and the United Nations in the war; End of the war in 1953; US'...
- War without end.
Betasavage, Norm // Vital Speeches of the Day; 8/01/96, Vol. 62 Issue 20, p632
Presents a speech by the Vice Chairman of the Planning Commission of the Brach Township given at the Llewellyn American Veterans Memorial Celebration in Llewellyn, Pennsylvania on May 27, 1996 on the Korean War. Korean War as the war without end; Sacrifices of the Americans who went on this...
- Korean War Commemorations.
Betasavage, Norm // Army Magazine; Jul2003, Vol. 53 Issue 7, p18
Presents schedule of activities in the U.S. related to the commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Korean War. Wreath laying ceremony at the Tombs of the Unknown in Arlington, Texas; Outdoor displays of World War II-Korean War era equipment.
- Echoes of a distant war.
Weisberger, Bernard A. // American Heritage; Jul/Aug94, Vol. 45 Issue 4, p28
Focuses on the Korean War and ponders whether actions by Kim Il Sung might cause a second Korean War. Why Korea was divided; South Korea and Dr. Syngman Rhee; Roles of the United States and the Soviet Union; The truce which was approved in 1953.
- The forgotten war.
Elfin, M. // U.S. News & World Report; 6/25/90, Vol. 108 Issue 25, p30
Recounts the actions in America and abroad which triggered the Korean war four decades ago, and describes the reactions of the Soviets, China, and Japan concerning that war. Containment of Communism in Korea. INSET: A seesaw war.;Washington's missing memorial..
- Bloody Chosin: The blind lead the brave.
Wallace, J.; Duncan, D.D. // U.S. News & World Report; 6/25/90, Vol. 108 Issue 25, p37
Recounts the Marine battle at Chosin reservoir at Thanksgiving, 1950. Chinese peasant soldiers with little artillery and no air cover forced the toughest, most experienced United States combat unit of its time off the battlefield; Disturbing questions concerning intelligence available;...
- Digging into history.
Mendoza, Martha // IRE Journal; Jan/Feb2000, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p6
Investigates the United States' actions during the Korean War in 1950. INSET: Resources.
- Secrets of the Korean War.
Stanglin, Douglas; Cary, Peter // U.S. News & World Report; 8/9/93, Vol. 115 Issue 6, p45
Reports on new evidence that points to deep Soviet involvement in the Korean War. Soviet officials with knowledge of Moscow's role in the conflict who have recently come forward; Specifics of new information which points to Russian leader Joseph Stalin's massive assistance to the North Korean...
- `Attack the Sabres'.
Kennedy, Charles Stuart // American Heritage; Sep92, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p33
Recounts the author's experiences in South Korea as an eavesdropper on Russian military broadcasts during the Korean War. How he got into the eavesdropping business; Based at Younsi University in Seoul; How Americans identified Russian ground controllers; Russian fighters ordered to attack...
- Revisiting the Korean War.
Kennedy, Charles Stuart // Wilson Quarterly; Spring94, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p142
Reviews the article `New Findings on the Korean War,' by Kathryn Weathersby on the events that triggered the Korean War in 1950.
Kennedy, Charles Stuart // U.S. News & World Report; 7/26/93, Vol. 115 Issue 4, p10
Presents statistics on Korea and the Korean war. The DMZ is 155 miles long and 2 1/2 miles wide; The armistice gave North Korea 1,243 square miles below the 38th parallel, while South Korea got 3,729 square miles above it; Of 5,720,000 US troops who served in Korea, 33,651 were killed; South...
Kennedy, Charles Stuart // Time; 2/11/1952, Vol. 59 Issue 6, p25
The article reports that the U.S. reached a milestone when the nation marked the 584th day of the Korean war on February 1, 1952 .
Kennedy, Charles Stuart // Time; 3/19/1951, Vol. 57 Issue 12, p32
The article reports on the return of the war dead of the U.S. to home soil during the Korean war in March 1951.
- The Korean war: The first jet airwar.
Kandebo, S.W.; Bulban, E.J. // Aviation Week & Space Technology; 8/12/1991, Vol. 135 Issue 6, p159
Presents a photo essay of those jet aircraft used by both sides during the Korean War. Includes the North American F-86 Sabre and Lockheed's F-80 Shooting Star.
- Keeping the North in Check.
Arana-Barradas, Louis A. // Airman; Jun2000, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p2
Describes the experiences of some United States military airmen in North and South Korean War which broke out in June 1950. Lieutenant Charles Hauver's participation in the war; Volunteering of Sergeant William McKinney for Korea; Hope for peace and reunification of the two Koreas.
Arana-Barradas, Louis A. // Soldiers; Aug2010, Vol. 65 Issue 8, p3
The article introduces papers published within the issue, including stories that focus on Korean War veterans, tour normalization in the areas of northern Seoul and Korean War commemoration events for 2010.
- Wars, Forgotten and Otherwise.
Huntington, Tom // American History; Aug2000, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p2
No abstract available.
- Secret Soviet Archives Detail Another Plot.
Elvin, John // Insight on the News; 12/14/98, Vol. 14 Issue 46, p34
Uncovers the inside story on a major myth of the Korean War using the documents spirited out of the still-secret Presidential Archive in Moscow, Russia. Details of the story.
- North Korea and the Bomb.
Weintraub, Stanley // Military Review; Jan/Feb2000, Vol. 80 Issue 1, p20
Focuses on the United States' (US) deliberation on whether to push through the plan to use nuclear and atomic bombs in Far East Asia during the Korean War in 1950. Officials of the US military who opposed the use of bombs during the war; Discussion of the possible Chinese and Soviet...
- Historical Perspectives.
Acomb, Deborah L. // National Journal; 7/01/2000, Vol. 32 Issue 27, p2187
Presents the results of a Gallup poll in the United States (U.S.) regarding the Korean War of 1950 to 1953. Percentage of respondents who believe that the decision of the U.S. to go into the war with Korea is a mistake.
Acomb, Deborah L. // Current Events; 10/11/2002, Vol. 102 Issue 6, p1
Reports the reunion of North and South Korean families. Separation of families since the Korean War from 1950 to 1953; Attempt to improve relations between the countries with the reunions; Recollection of the Korean War.
- THE NEW ISSUE OF THE WEEK.
Kent, David A. // Mekeel's & Stamps Magazine; 06/23/2000, Vol. 186 Issue 25, p14
Deals with the postage stamp issued by Australia to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Korean War.
- Korea: The Forgotten War Stamp Scott #2152.
Delaney, Arthur A. // Mekeel's & Stamps Magazine; 06/23/2000, Vol. 186 Issue 25, p28
Provides information on postage stamps issued to commemorate the Korean War.
- Leaving for Korea.
Brady, James; Reid, Charles // American Heritage; Feb/Mar97, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p69
Presents the author's narrative on his experiences as a veteran of the Korean War in 1950. Apprehension on enlisting for the war; Profile of the character of fellow soldiers; Logistics of the war; Challenges encountered in the Korean terrain.
- North vs. South.
Brady, James; Reid, Charles // New York Times Upfront; 12/13/2002, Vol. 135 Issue 6, p19
Focuses on the Korean War from 1950 to 1953. Cause of the war; Number of civilian and military casualties.
- Korean War POWs were transferred to Soviet Union.
Kirkwood, R. Cort // Human Events; 10/25/96, Vol. 52 Issue 40, p6
Reports on the fate of American prisoners of War taken during the Korean War. Transfer of prisoners to the Soviet Union for espionage training; Eyewitness testimonies that American prisoners were subjected to human experimentation with drugs, amputations and radiation.
Nolan, J.E. // National Review; 10/1/1990, Vol. 42 Issue 19, p4
Presents a letter to the editor reacting to a "National Review" editorial in the August 20, 1990 issue, which refers to the U.S. defeat at the Chongsin Reservoir in Korea in 1950.
- Several American aces made the transition from propeller...
M.E.H. // World War II; Feb97, Vol. 11 Issue 6, p6
Editorial. Looks at the accomplishments in the Korean War of various United States military pilots who already had war experience from World War II. Names of the pilots; Number of kills made by the each pilot.
- Introduction to the Canadian Forces supplement on war surgery.
Tien, Homer // Canadian Journal of Surgery; Dec2011 Supplement, Vol. 54, pS108
No abstract available.
Coughlin, William J. // U.S. Stamp News; Feb2004, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p8
Presents a letter to the editor clarifying an article by Patricia Davis on the Korean War.
- N. Korea's Crimes Overlooked.
Chapman, Bert // American Libraries; Apr2005, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p27
Presents a letter to the editor in response to an article in the February 2005 isue of "American Libraries," which deals with the Korean War.
- December 1951.
Hymel, Kevin M. // Army Magazine; Dec2001, Vol. 51 Issue 12, p12
Recalls events in the Korean War in December 1951. Declaration of martial law by the Republic of Korea; Conduct of Operation Ratkiller against guerrillas in southwest Korea; Relief of the 1st Cavalry Division from the Eight Army.
- THE KOREAN WAR AT 50.
Hymel, Kevin M. // Army Magazine; Jul2002, Vol. 52 Issue 7, p14
Focuses on the events presented in the Korean war on July 1952. Discussion on armistice proposal for the release of the prisoners of war (POW); Authorization for General Mark Clark to divulge the Communist POW; Amendment submitted by the South Korean National Assembly for election of presidents.
- Medal of Honor Citations.
Hymel, Kevin M. // Army Magazine; Jul2002, Vol. 52 Issue 7, p16
Presents a list of soldiers receiving Medal of Honors for service during the Korean war. Recognition given to Corporal Hiroshi H. Miyamura; Bravery of Master Sergeant Ola L. Mize; Citation on the personal backgrounds of the awardees.
- THE KOREAN WAR AT 5O.
Hymel, Kevin M. // Army Magazine; Jun2003, Vol. 53 Issue 6, p12
Outlines several significant events related to the Korean war after 50 years. Captivity of American soldiers; Creation of mutual defense treaty by the Korean government; Approval of the concept of voluntary repatriation by the Chinese Peoples Volunteer Army delegation.
- Korean at War 50.
Hymel, Kevin M. // Army Magazine; Jul2003, Vol. 53 Issue 7, p14
Chronicles events related to the Korean War in July 1953. X Corps' change to a policy of containment on July 3; Attempts of the Chinese People's Volunteer Army to take Hill 1220 on July 4; Signing of armistice to end the fighting on July 27.
- Lessons Learned: Reviewing the Korean War.
Blumenson, Martin // Army Magazine; Jul2003, Vol. 53 Issue 7, p19
Discusses the lessons learned by the Americans in the Korean War. Analysis of the events that lead to the war; Differences between General Douglas MacArthur and U.S. President Harry S. Truman.
- THE RED SCARE.
Blumenson, Martin // Junior Scholastic; 5/10/2010, Vol. 112 Issue 16, p18
The article features history of how the Korean War ended in 1953.
- Korea: A war that should not be forgotten.
Rangel, Charles // New York Amsterdam News; 7/1/2010, Vol. 100 Issue 27, p12
In this article the author reflects on the war in Korea during its 60th anniversary, which he remarks remains a part of the world which should not be ignored and forgotten.
- April 1952.
Hymel, Kevin M. // Army Magazine; Apr2002, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p16
Details the events of the Korean War in April 1952. Proposition of Operations Chopstick 6 & Chopstick 16; Suggestion on the checking of the list of soldiers; Agreement between the Chinese People's Volunteer Army/North Korean People's Army and the United Nations Command.
Kelly, Carol A. // Officer; May2002, Vol. 79 Issue 4, p22
Presents the chronology of Korean War. Rejection of the U.N. proposals over question of voluntary repatriation; Release of General Dodd; Raid of Agok.