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Montage for the Korean War Main Page in Wikipedia

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Author Madmax32

Sources and descriptions for pictures used in the montage, all obtained from National Archives and Records Administration:

  • Bottom: As against "The Shores of Tripoli" in the Marine Hymn, Leathernecks use scaling ladders to storm ashore at Inchon in amphibious invasion September 15, 1950. The attack was so swift that casualties were surprisingly low. S.Sgt. W.W. Frank. (Marine Corps) (ARC Identifier 532404)
  • Left Lower: Crossing the 38th parallel. United Nations forces withdraw from Pyongyang, the North Korean capital. They recrossed the 38th parallel. 1950. (USIA) ARC Identifier 541822
  • Right Lower: "With her brother on the back a war weary Korean girl trudges by a stalled M-26 tank, at Haengju, Korea. June 9,1951." Maj R. V. Spencer, USAF, ARC Identifier 520796
  • Left Upper: Men of the 1st Marine Division capture Chinese Communists during fighting on the central Korean front. Hoengsong, March 2, 1951. Pfc. C. T. Wehner. (Marine Corps) ARC Identifier 532414
  • Right Upper: Fifth Air Force, Korea--A dramatic stop-action photograph shows nine high explosive missiles leaving the bomb bay of a U.S. Air Force 3rd Bomb wing B-26 light bomber over a Communist target in North Korea. The light bombers fly day and night combat missions, attacking key Red military targets including rail and road bridges, communication centers, supply-laden vehicles and troop and supply areas along the battleline. AIR AND SPACE MUSEUM#: 84203 AC (Commons version)

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