Never before seen photos from the Korean War

Published on June 28th, 2010 | by Admin


Life magazine has posted some never-before-seen photographs from the Korean War that are worth a look.

In Korea, it’s known as the “6-2-5 (yug ee oh) War,” a reference to June 25, 1950, when the North Korean People’s Army invaded the South. Among North Koreans, it’s “the Fatherland Liberation War.” In America, however, the Korean War is often called “The Forgotten War,” a strange, if accurate, phrase to describe a conflict that killed millions of combatants and civilians on both sides — including almost 40,000 Americans. On the 60th anniversary of the start of the war, remembers — with a selection of never-before-seen images from Korea by some of the era’s finest photographers, and relevant, revealing excerpts from articles that appeared in LIFE at the time.

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