Blog Posts - Korean War



Operation Chromite (2016) Trailer

Operation ChromiteThe odds were 5000 to 1. One was all they needed.Operation Chromite (Hangul: 인천상륙작전; hanja: 仁川上陸作戰; RR: Incheon Sangnyuk Jakjeon) is a 2016 South Korean war drama film directed by John H. Lee and based on the...
by Film trailers World on Aug 15, 2016

Seoul Searching | The War Memorial of Korea.

I was actually saving this blog post for later, as I had planned on finishing my product review backlog before doing another Seoul Searching/travel post. But since today (June 25) marks a very important day in Korean history, I thought it would be ti...
by The Rebel Sweetheart on Jun 25, 2016

50+ Decoration and Memorial Day Sayings, Quotations Messages Wallpapers

50+ Decoration and Memorial Day Sayings, Quotations Messages Wallpapers: Famous Memorial Day Sayings, memorial day poems, memorial day photos and quotes, memorial day picture quotes and sayings, famous war memorial quotes, famous memorial day quotes,...
by Columbus Day Wishes on May 29, 2016

YOU'RE FIRED GENERAL!

JFK+50:  Volume 5, No. 1916MACARTHUR RELIEVED OF COMMAND 65 YEARS AGO TODAYWashington, D.C. (JFK+50) President Harry S Truman fired General Douglas MacArthur from his command of United Nations forces in Korea sixty-...
by JFK+50 on Apr 11, 2016

TROOPS ORDERED TO KOREA

TRUMAN ORDERED US FORCES TO SOUTH KOREA 65 YEARS AGO Washington, D.C. (JFK+50) Sixty-five years ago today, June 27, 1950, President Harry S Truman signed an order directing American naval and air forces to  be sent to South Korea.The P...
by JFK+50 on Jun 27, 2015

Review: TAEGUKGI: THE BROTHERHOOD OF WAR is a Heartbreaking Tale from the Korean War

By Chris Horn You would be hard-pressed to find a more compelling and difficult to portray subject than war. Having successfully proven himself with his 1999 action film Shiri, director Kang Je-gyu once more took a look at the breakout of violence be...
by Modern Korean Cinema on May 14, 2015

Review: WELCOME TO DONGMAKGOL Is a Surreal Anti-War Drama

By Chris Horn There is perhaps no region better suited to make a unique anti-war film than Korea, a country itself split and in a constant state of escalated threats of renewed warfare. Not quite content to make a film weighed down by excessive melo...
by Modern Korean Cinema on Feb 23, 2015

Highlights from my adventures on the haunted SS Lane Victory

So, I finally got the footage edited and put it all together, along with some EVP's and photos from the investigation this past Saturday.  What an amazing experience.  Not only was the place occasionally active, more so than some places I'v...
by Andrew's Desk on Nov 17, 2014

The Dance of the Spirits

A few weeks ago, Catherine Aerie contacted me to see if I had any interest in reviewing her book. At the time I had a bit of a backlog of books that I had agreed to review for other writers and my local library (those reviews are coming…). She...
by The Conservative Revolution on Oct 29, 2014

PGR Mission Alert: Richard J Anthony, USA, Korean War Vet

Richard J Anthony Korean War Army Veteran 18, 19 & 20 OCT 2014 Erie / McKean, PA The family of Korean War Army Veteran Richard J Anthony has requested the Patriot Guard Riders stand to honor his service to our nation at his viewings and funeral...
by Semper Fi Parents on Oct 17, 2014

ATTENTION all Korean and Vietnam War Veterans!

AMERICA‘S  GOT  TROUBLE You fought bravely and sacrificed much to stop the expansion of Communism in South East Asia. How can it be that we find ourselves fighting it once more and this time, In Our Own Country! How is … Continue reading &#...

South Korea Proposes High-Level Talks on Reunions With North

In a message across the border on Monday, the South’s Unification Ministry suggested that the two sides meet to discuss a new round of family reunions.
by Eastasianews on Aug 11, 2014

Book Spotlight: "The Dance of the Spirits," by Catherine Aerie ~ Winner of the Prestigious 2014 eLit Award

Synopsis:The story begins in the spring of 1951 at the height of the Korean War. Caught in the thick of the fray is US Army lieutenant Wesley Palm and his men, who are forced into a retreat after acting as a rearguard for their breaking unit. Despite...
by Susan Heim on Writing on Jul 23, 2014

One Soldier’s Death Haunted President Truman for the Rest of His Life

William Banning was a Connecticut father whose young son died in the Korean War. After losing his son, Banning sent a short letter along with his son’s Purple Heart Medal to then-President Harry Truman. This letter, along with the Purple Heart...
by Inside Ben's Brain on Jun 26, 2014

WAR IN KOREA BEGINS

WAR IN KOREA BEGAN 64 YEARS AGO TODAYSeoul, South Korea (JFK+50) The North Korean People's Army, supported by the Soviet Union, crossed the 38th parallel 64 years ago today, June 25, 1950.This action marked the beginning of the Korean Conflict w...
by JFK+50 on Jun 25, 2014

Death Panels at the Veterans Affairs Health Care system?

CNN delivers a shocking report that “at least 40 U.S. veterans died waiting for appointments at the Phoenix Veterans Affairs Health Care system, many of whom were placed on a secret waiting list.” http://www.cnn.com/2014/04/23/health/vete...
by Can America survive Obama? on May 21, 2014

Why Americans choose Slavery while the rest of the World begs to be Free…by Brittius

Hat tip to Brittius for this most excellent commentary Being a Patriot, is the obligation that goes part and parcel with being born to this nation and the only way to be certain that this nation shall, remain free. Those … Continue reading U...
by Can America survive Obama? on May 12, 2014

North Korea Launches Racial Attack on Obama

North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un     The Associated Press is reporting that after recently slamming South Korea's female president with almost unspeakable sexual slurs, North Korea has taken their nuttiness to a whole new level by...
by The Political Spectator on May 9, 2014

South Korea Returns Bodies of Hundreds of Chinese Soldiers

The return of the bodies from the Korean War is a sign of warming ties between China and South Korea.    ...
by Eastasianews on Mar 28, 2014

South Korea Aids North As Families Are Reunited

The shipment of medicine and powdered milk to North Korea was seen as another sign of thawing relations between the two countries.    ...
by Eastasianews on Feb 21, 2014


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