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organized the “Remembering our Veterans” banquet. “You know the Korean War has been given some bad reps. Unfortunately it has often been referred to as the forgotten war,’ or the unknown war’.
David Cone, a retired Army lieutenant colonel, vividly remembers his experiences during the Korean War, especially when he was wounded during a battle between his regiment and Chinese soldiers 66
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The Korean War is often referred to as "The Forgotten War", but those who endured it still remember. In 1951, Charles Marking joined the Navy, six years after World War II.
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Korean War veterans gather to remember ‘The Forgotten War’ close to 69th anniversary of its start Will peace ever come to the Korean Peninsula? Posted: 8:06 PM, May 13, 2019
The forgotten war: korean war Veterans and a Chance for Peace. Actively, the Korean War was fought between June 1950 and July 1953, but the armistice didn’t stop the war, it just imposed a cease fire on the participants. The war continues. No peace treaty has been signed, no victory was declared and, after 60 years,
Korean War vets gather in Philadelphia to remember ‘forgotten war‘. Dozens of civilians, veterans, and family members gathered at the Korean War Memorial at Penn’s Landing in Philadelphia Monday to honor fallen soldiers and recognize the veterans in attendance. Marking the 68th anniversary of the start of the war,
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