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The 38th parallel: Following World War II, the Korean peninsula was divided along the 38th parallel, with the creation of communist-backed North Korea and the anti-communist Republic of South Korea. On June 25, 1950, North invaded South, leading to the outbreak of the Korean War. (Photo Credit: CORBIS)

The 38th parallel: Following World War II, the Korean peninsula was divided along the 38th parallel, with the creation of communist-backed North Korea and the anti-communist Republic of South Korea. On June 25, 1950, North invaded South, leading to the outbreak of the Korean War. (Photo Credit: CORBIS)

Korean War - HD-SN-99-03100 by Morning Calm News, via Flickr  Lt. R. P. Yeatman, from the USS Bon Homme Richard, is shown rocketing and bombing Korean bridge. November 1952. (Navy)  Exact Date Shot Unknown  NARA FILE #: 080-G-639948  WAR & CONFLICT BOOK #: 1441

Korean War - HD-SN-99-03100 by Morning Calm News, via Flickr Lt. R. P. Yeatman, from the USS Bon Homme Richard, is shown rocketing and bombing Korean bridge. November 1952. (Navy) Exact Date Shot Unknown NARA FILE #: 080-G-639948 WAR & CONFLICT BOOK #: 1441

Korean War Pictures: Korean War Pictures - Soldier Sitting on a Propeller

Korea, the Forgotten War

An independent bus crammed with commuters at Ludgate Circus, London, during the General Strike, 4th May 1926.

An independent bus crammed with commuters at Ludgate Circus, London, during the General Strike, 4th May 1926.

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