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What History Failed to Record

Ray C. Vallowe, a survivor of the Chosin Reservoir.


For many years, Ray and I have corresponded while he amassed a
huge inventory of documents and personal narratives from fellow
Army soldiers who served with the 31st, 32nd Infantry Regiments,
15th AAA AW Bn, and the 52nd Field Artillery Bn, all of the 7th
Infantry Division.


Books have been written from command level and from personal
narrative. Ray was there! This is his story.


This is an important memoir and research instrument, highly
recommended to our friends. Thanks, Ray!

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Story Subject - Bookstore
Posted: Monday - December 26, 2016


PRAIRIE BOYS AT WAR

Posted: Monday, December 1, 2014 10:33 pm
LINDA TYSSEN STAFF WRITER

Author Merry Helm of Fargo, N.D., has an intense interest in
telling stories of the Korean War and has published the first
volume of Prairie Boys at War, what has been described as the
compelling and fast-paced account of men from the northern
prairies who received the Medal of Honor, Distinguished Service
Cross and/or Navy Cross for heroism in the Korean War... by men
from North and South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska and
Montana. And she has a special spot in her heart for the men of
the Iron Range who served in the war that lasted from 1950-53.
They were tough and aggressive, she said in a phone interview.
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Posted: Sunday - December 7, 2014


The Lesser-known Heroes of Korean War - A Book

The Wall Street Journal. June 2, 2011. The canon of Korean War histories has enlarged quite substantially in the past two years, which have marked the 60th anniversary of the war that began in 1950 and ended with a ceasefire in 1953.

Seoul-based British journalist Andrew Salmon is out with his second book in two years on the war. And once again, he has found amazing tales of soldiers that many other historians have overlooked; the British and Australians....
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Posted: Saturday - June 4, 2011


Korean War Vet: Jack Morris, 363rd TRS, an expanded diary of his experiences in Korea.

28 March 2011

I just posted on Amazon by way of an eBook an expanded diary of my months in Korea during the that war. It is displayed on Amazon eBooks at: MY WAR: KOREA. It can be reached by calling up my name, Jack Morris.

morrisjac@gmail.com

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004RUWP6G

Blog: http://awesome.webplus.net/MyWarKorea/index.html



Note: Jack was a member of the 363rd Recon Tech Squadron, based at K-2 in the winter of 1950. See his story in our Recollections area.
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Posted: Monday - May 30, 2011


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