Portrait of a Marine, Korean War 1950 | LIFE in the Korean War: Classic Photos by David Douglas Duncan | LIFE.com

LIFE in the Korean War: Classic Photos by David Douglas Duncan ~ A dazed, hooded Marine clutches a can of food during his outfit's retreat from the Chosin Reservoir during the Korean War, December

German Prisoners of War, France c.1944.

German Prisoners of War, France (Nb. We think that the badge that has been removed from the Grefrieter's sleeve could be a 'Crimea Shield'.

Fighting for Freedom--At Home and Abroad: A wounded soldier in the Korean War. From For Love of Liberty: The Story of America's Black Patriots. The Blackman is always at war, fighting for others, fighting for himself, fighting for his family. The look on his face says it all!

Pfc Edward Wilson, Inf Regt, wounded in leg near front lines. Feb 1951 by Pfc Charles Fabiszak

Vietnam War - My dad James E. Crowston after just losing his buddy- Daniel Blanding who hit a trip wire during the la Drang valley battle.  Members of the "Black Cats" ~My hero always

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"My dad James E. Crowston after just losing his buddy- Daniel Blanding who hit a trip wire during the la Drang valley battle." The battle of la Drang Valley happened November

More than 54,000 Americans died in the Korean War, or “conflict,” as it was referred to, from 1950 through 1953.  Or died of their injuries later.  Half a million South Koreans and other United Nations troops fell, and more than 1 million GIs and their allies brought home wounds and nightmares and other terrible souvenirs of war.    An estimated 2 million North Korean and Chinese soldiers perished in the conflict, too.

More than Americans died in the Korean War, or “conflict,” as it was referred to, from 1950 through Or died of their injuries later. Half a million South Koreans and other United Nations troops fell, and more than 1 million GIs and their al

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Bathing Beach Babes, Seven Women in Bathing attire at the beach, photographed by the National Photo Company on glass plate negative in

Korean War A young Korean boy begging for food, Pusan, Korea, 1953.

Korean War A Young Korean Boy Begging Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

Korean War Victims - A young Korean boy begging for food, Pusan, Korea.

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