Brigadier Jean Allard, Commanding Officer of the Canadian Brigade breaks the news of a truce in the Korean war to Colonel K L Campbell, Commander of the 3rd battalion of the RCRS.
July 25, 2003 Lizenz
On a visit to the front lines, President Eisenhower eats with American soldiers
April 27, 2018 Lizenz
Headlines at news stand drwa crowd at Grand Central Station. Teo soldiers stop to look over the A-Bomb headlines. President Truman today informed the World that the U.S. will, if necessary, use the A-Bomb.
November 30, 1950 Lizenz
President of the United States, Harry S. Truman (1884-1972) awards the Distinguished Service Medal to General Douglas MacArthur (1880-1964) during the Wake Island Conference to discuss strategy during the Korean War conflict, on Wake...Mehr
June 01, 2015 Lizenz
As U.S. infantrymen march into the Naktong River region, they pass a line of fleeing refugees.
North-Korean and Chinese troops celebrate their shared victory in South Korea after having driven back an attack of American forces in June 1950. In the foreground, women soldiers express their joy. This scene took place around June...Mehr
November 23, 2010 Lizenz
United Nations forces cross the 38th parallel while withdrawing from Pyongyang, the North Korean capital. They later recrossed the 38th parallel. 1950.
America Defends Her Freedom - An Armed Forces Day Historical Feature. US Air Force Superfortresses drop their bomb loads on a strategic target during the Korean conflict. These B-29's also played a major role in the final victory...Mehr
Hamhung, North Korea- Chinese prisoners-of-war, captured in North Korea, are marched from a building in a prisoner camp at Hamhung under guard of South Korean MP's. In a special communique, General Douglas MacArthur charged the Chinese...Mehr
United States' Marines use scaling ladders to climb the shore cliffs at Inchon, Korea during an amphibious invasion during the Korean War.