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Korea, 6.25: The Forgotten War

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History of the Korean War, 6-25.
DVD
2010
Clemons (Stacks)
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The Korean War: Fire & Ice

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Explores the origins, conduct, military strategies and political implications of this pivotal Cold War struggle. Presents rare archival film footage, combined with interviews of American veterans of the Korean War.
VHS
1999
Ivy (By Request)
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The Big Picture [electronic resource]: Chinese Reds Enter the Korean War

This classic episode of the U.S. Army's The Big Picture television series leads viewers on a journey of American soldiers as they battle not only the winter cold but also the Communist Chinese in the Korean War. Featuring footage by the National Archives and Records Administration, this film shows how soldiers saved thousands of lives with quick evacuations of wounded U.S. fighters in helicopters. It also goes on to display the finest weapons in the world - those possessed by the U.S. Army.
Online
2007
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The Big Picture [electronic resource]: Third Korean Winter

Produced by the U.S. Army, this episode of the Big Picture television series depicts the many aspects of a U.S. soldiers' daily life in the Korean War zone during the winter period of 1952-53. Signal Corps combat cameramen provide viewers with a comprehensive account of activities during this period of operations, including scenes of an American patrol leaving and returning to its unit, religious services at the front, and the heroic efforts of our combat medics and front line soldiers receiving hot rations from mess units. With footage from the National Archives and Records Administration, this informative video gives an inside look at what a soldier had to go through during this winter period.
Online
2008
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Making of a Bloodbath [electronic resource]

The Korean War set the rules for East-West conflict during the atomic age - but not before bringing the world to the brink of nuclear destruction. In this program, a North Korean surprise attack leaves unready UN forces fighting with their backs to the sea.
Online
1999
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Retreat From Hell [electronic resource]

The Korean War was a war of firsts: the first battlefield of the Cold War, the first jet war, and the first war where it was not possible for combatants to unleash their full power, either militarily or politically. This program follows a shattered and freezing UN-coalition army as it makes the longest retreat in U.S. history.
Online
1999
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Triumph and Tragedy [electronic resource]

Lasting three years, the Korean War took more than 2,000,000 military and civilian lives. This program revisits General Douglas MacArthur's daring amphibious strike at Incheon, which routed the North Korean invaders - until the Chinese intervened.
Online
1999
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Bitter Standoff [electronic resource]

As American casualties mounted, U.S. policy shifted from liberation of Korea to containment of Communism. In this program, General Matthew Ridgway replaces an insubordinate MacArthur and turns back the enemy tide during two years of the war's bloodiest fighting.
Online
1999
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Korea [electronic resource]: The Forgotten War

Personal stories and sensational combat footage make this A&E Special the definitive account of the Korean War, a conflict that many feared would erupt into World War III.
Online
1996
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The Big Picture [electronic resource]: Armed Forces Assistance to Korea

This episode of the U.S. Army's The Big Picture television series depicts American soldiers lending a helping hand to war-torn Korea. America's informal gesture to assist Korea is shown as mushrooming into a big, organized program for the rehabilitation of certain areas of Korean life, known as Armed Forces Assistance to Korea or AFAK. In this video from the National Archives and Records Administration American soldiers are shown helping Korea in the aftermath of war, demonstrating how willingness and cooperation can overcome obstacles in helping a country make a comeback.
Online
2008
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The Big Picture [electronic resource]: The Republic of Korea (ROK) Soldier

This episode of the U.S. Army's The Big Picture television series shows the South Korean Army's rise to become the fourth strongest army in the world with the help of the Korean Military Advisory Group. This video from the National Archives and Records Administration follows the activities of the South Korean Army and its preparations for the future.
Online
2008
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The Big Picture [electronic resource]: The Korean Ceasefire Talks Begin

This episode of the U.S. Army's The Big Picture television series shows scenes from the United Nations session in New York as well as U.S. negotiators at Kaesong in their efforts to hammer out a ceasefire plan between fighting factions in Korea. In addition, this video from the National Archives and Records Administration includes a tribute to the men of the infantry from an Army officer who served with them as a platoon leader. Lieutenant Robert Fallon of Washington, D.C., points out the difficult but very important job of the man carrying the rifle in combat. Also interviewed is Master Sergeant Heidenreith, a combat engineer in Korea, who describes how engineers in build bridges, detect mines, lay booby traps and, very often, fight alongside the infantry.
Online
2007
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The WPA Film Library [electronic resource]: The Korean War, 1950

Americans and British in action near Taegu; Korean War
Online
1950
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The WPA Film Library [electronic resource]: US Forces in Korea, 1950

UN forces withdrawing after Communist rout (Korea)
Online
1950
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The WPA Film Library [electronic resource]: United Nations Debate on Korea, 1950

US delegate in United Nations castigates the Soviet Union for being dishonest about Korea
Online
1950
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The WPA Film Library [electronic resource]: Eleanor Roosevelt on the Korean War, 1950

Eleanor Roosevelt arrives in England, comments on war in Korea (saying it's to prevent war)
Online
1950
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The WPA Film Library [electronic resource]: George Marshall on UN Withdrawal From Korea, 1951

George Marshall announces that the UN troops will withdraw from Korea if Communists make sincere steps toward peace
Online
1951