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BURNING FUSE

PEACEFUL COEXISTENCE

BETTER RELATIONS THROUGH TRADE

 

FACE OF MILITARISM

SAFEGUARDING PEACE

WORK NOT BOMBS

 

SAVE OUR SOULS

US UNIVERSITIES

WORLD DOMINATION

 

CUCKOO MILITARY

TEAM SPIRIT

MILLIONAIRES

 

US MILITARISM

AMERICAN FREEDOM

US DOLLAR

 

5 MILLION UNEMPLOYED

FEEDING BOMBS

HATCHING A NEW NAZI

 

ON NUCLEAR WEAPONS

DEFEND THE MOTHERLAND

SOVIET CONSTRUCTION

 

MEMORIAL TO THE VICTOR

IN THE NAME OF PEACE

GLORY

 

TOURISM

MARS

SPACE TRAVEL

 

USSR

DIAMOND

SPACE TECH

 

WELCOME BACK!

WORKERS ARISE

CRYING WOLF

 

UN-AMERICAN TROUT

ATTACKS ON THE ARMY

MCCARTHYISM 1954

 

CHINESE CASUALTIES

MEASURED BY THE FOOT

PRISONER EXCHANGE

 

FOCAL POINT

SOVIET DUPLICITY

ENRAGED DEMOCRACIES

 

FAKE PEACE

APPEASING COMMUNISTS

PEACE TALKS

 

US BLOC

US PROPAGANDA

BRIBING THE UN

 

EXECUTIONER IN KOREA

ACCORDIUN

MILITARIZATION OF EUROPE

 

RED ARMY

EUROPEAN ANTI-AMERICANISM

ATOMIC ENERGY

 

CHINA AND TAIWAN

USING THE POOR

BASEBALL MANAGER

 

SOVIET AGGRESSION

RESTRICTING FREEDOMS

FREE ELECTIONS IN THE US?

 

SOVIET SCIENCE

IMPUNITY

DESTRUCTION

 
Marilyn Monroe singing in front of troops in Korea.

MARILYN MONROE

War weary Korean girl with brother on her back in front of a tank. 1951.

WAR WEARY KOREAN GIRL

In this undated photo from North Korea’s official Korean Central News Agency, American combatants captured during the Korean War march down a street.

CAPTURED AMERICAN TROOPS

 
Singer Paul Robeson addresses a “Hands Off Korea” rally from a sound truck at the corner of 126th Street and Lenox Avenue in the Harlem section of New York, on July 3, 1950.

“HANDS OFF KOREA” RALLY

A U.S. Marine tank follows a line of prisoners of war down a village street. September 26, 1950.

U.S. TANK AND PRISONERS OF WAR

Captured by American forces in the Taegu area of South Korea on October 8, 1950, these North Korean girls are marched to a train which will take them to a prisoner of war camp at Pusan.

CAPTURED NORTH KOREAN GIRLS

 
A mobile army surgical hospital somewhere in Korea on October 26, 1951. The patient in the left foreground is receiving blood plasma, while behind him two operations are taking place, one at left and one in the center. Photographer Healy took the photos as he found them. Everyone was so busy that no one had time to pose.

MOBILE ARMY SURGICAL HOSPITAL

A command post somewhere in South Korea on July 12, 1950, as American soldiers keep on the alert with their straw covered camouflaged weapons carrier.

CAMOUFLAGED WEAPONS CARRIER

Soldiers digging into bunkers atop Old Baldy in Korea in 1952.

SOLDIERS DIGGING

 
South Korean WACs trained and ready to join their men in the battle against Chinese invaders, display military precision as they parade through Pusan, main United Nations’ fort city in Korea, on September 12, 1950.

SOUTH KOREAN WACS TRAINING

All Sgt. Bernard Young lacks is a private secretary to complete his “office” setting, on May 3, 1951. The Detroit, Michigan, military policeman takes his ease in almost deserted Chunchon, South Korea after the bulk of UN forces had withdrawn southward. Only an infantry rear guard unit remained between him and the advancing Communists.

SGT. BERNARD YOUNG IN HIS “OFFICE”

Paratroopers drop from U.S. Air Force C-119 transport planes during an operation over an undisclosed location in Korea, in October of 1950.

PARATROOPERS

 
Three happy fliers of the 18th Fighter Bomber wing let the world know how they feels as they returned from a combat mission over North Korea to learn of the armistice signing on July 29, 1953. Left to right are: 2nd Lt. John Putty, Dallas, Tex.; 1st Lt. James A. Boucek, Ottawa, Kansas,: and 1st Lt. Richard D. Westcott, Houston, Tex., waving from the back seat of the jeep.

HAPPY FLIERS

South Korean women weep as they listen to President Syngman Rhee speak at a memorial service in Seoul, October 17, 1953. The service honored the 33,964 South Koreans killed in the last year of the war.

MEMORIAL SERVICE IN SEOUL, 1953

PFC Donald Jones of Topeka, Kansas, pauses to read a sign just posted on the south limit of the demilitarized zone in Korea on July 30, 1953.

DEMILITARIZED ZONE

 

DUCK AND COVER

THE HOAXTERS

THE SECRET MISSION

 

SPRING ON ZARECHNAYA STREET

THE ROCKY AND BULLWINKLE SHOW