prisoners of war
THE KOREAN WAR 1950 - 1953
THE KOREAN WAR 1950 - 1953 part of "CENTRAL OFFICE OF INFORMATION KOREAN WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Hobson Phil (Sergeant, Australian Army PR photographer) MH 33234 A British corporal and an Australian quiz a kneeling North Korean prisoner of war through an interpreter, during the advance of the United Nations forces northwards from Pyongyang.
Battle Of Khalkhin Gol Photos et images de collection
Mongolian prisoners of war is seen during the the battle of Khalkhin Gol circa May 1939 in Mongolia. The battle of Khalkhin Gol was the border conflict between Mongoria and Manchukuo, backed by the Soviet Union and the Imperial Japan respectively, between May 11 to September 16, 1939.
Inchon Landing: On September 15, 1950, General MacArthur launched a surprise amphibious assault at the port of Inchon, South Korea, resulting in a decisive U.N. victory over the invading North Koreans. Within weeks, U.N. and South Korean forces had captured Seoul and cut off vital North Korean supply lines. (Photo Credit: Bettmann/CORBIS)
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This photograph by the U.S. Army, provided is one of a series of declassified images depicting the execution of South Korean political prisoners by the South Korean military and police at Daejeon, South Korea, over several days in July 1950.
American soldiers pose with a captured North Korean soldier in August of 1950. After having been steadily pushed back by the invading North Korean forces, the combined forces of the United Nations made a stand in the southern corner of the Korean Peninsula, outside of Pusan. The DPRK onslaught was stalled despite repeated efforts to break through and throw the southern forces into the sea. (National Archives)