This subcategory contains 22 links
A Soldier's Diary(104 clicks)
A personal account by Carl H. Hulsman
A-Bomb and Korea(89 clicks)
Allan Needell's discussion of how close the US came to using the atomic bomb in Korea.Alabama Casualties During the Korean War(106 clicks)
A list of all Korean War casualties that listed Alabama as their home of record. Army Quartermaster Corps in the Korean Conflict(103 clicks)
Articles concerning the role of the Corps.Authority of the President to Repel the Attack in Korea(90 clicks)
Department of State Memorandum of July 3, 1950. [Excerpts; Footnotes Omitted]
This memorandum is directed to the authority of the President to order the Armed Forces of the United States to repel the aggressive attack on the Republic of Korea.
Images of My War(95 clicks)
Personal account. Korean War(87 clicks)
Lots on weaponry but an extensive siteKorean War Project(101 clicks)
POWs, MIAs, remembrancesKorean War Reading List(96 clicks)
Books recommended by Military Reading List. Check this site for reading lists for other US wars.Korean War Veterans(109 clicks)
Information for Korean War vets.Life in Korea: Korean War Tribute(88 clicks)
This section is dedicated to the men and women who fought and worked to help keep South Korea free. From 1950-53, hundreds of thousands of men, women, and children were killed, wounded, or taken prisoner. Millions more faced daily hardship by being forced away from their homes and loved ones. Even today, millions of Korean family members remain divided by the DMZ.Maps(107 clicks)
Maps From Ebb And Flow, November 1950 - July 1951, The United States Army in the Korean War, Center of Military History, United States Army, Washington, D.C., 1990. Scanned by the Korean War Project for the Center For Military History.
Revisiting Korea: Exposing Myths of the Forgotten War, Part 1(106 clicks)
By James I. MatraySoviet Involvement in the Korean War(88 clicks)
State-level Casualty Lists from the Korean Conflict (1951-57)(130 clicks)
The Center for Electronic Records , National Archives and Records Administration has custody of a dataset with records from the Office of the Secretary of Defense (Record Group 330) for U.S. military casualties from the Korean conflict. The Korean Conflict Casualty File (KCCF) includes records for persons who died as a result of hostilities in Korea, 1950-57, including those who died while missing or captured.
The Big Picture: Wars End(94 clicks)
The Korean War Educator(97 clicks)
Factual information about the Korean War, including detailed casualty information, detailed accounts of the war, a massive oral history project, veterans' memoirs, reunion details, reference materials, Korean War poetry, hundreds of Korean War photos, and much, much more. The non-profit site is owned by the new Korean War Education Foundation. Creator - Lynnita Sommer
The Korean War: A Fresh Perspective(94 clicks)
by By Colonel Harry G. Summers, Jr., U.S. Army (ret.). Fresh insights from a 45-year perspective.
The Korean War: Forgotten No More(87 clicks)
Ted Hofsiss, who served in Korea during the Korean War. It also contains links to his memoirs and other sites which deal with the Korean War. The Last Battleship(84 clicks)
The USS Missouri and the Korean War.US Forces Korea 50th Anniversary of the Korean War Commemoration(99 clicks)
Devoted to celebrating the 50th anniversary of the war.