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Korean War: First Battle of the Naktong Bulge

Korea had its 'Battle of the Bulge'--two in fact. In the First Battle of the Naktong Bulge, the North Korean offensive threatened to overwhelm the U.S. and South Korean defenders.

By Uzal E. Ent

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Korean War: British 27th Brigade Take Hill 282

When the British 27th Brigade entered combat on the Naktong River 50 years ago, the men arrived without transport and artillery. But they had tradition -- and soon the North Koreans would find out what that meant.

By Jon Latimer

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Korean War: Death of Task Force Drysdale

On a grim November night in 1950, the Chinese attacked and attacked -- until all that was left was a string of Americans and British enclaves, each group fighting on its own.
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Korean War: Operation Chromite

Operation Chromite -- the September 1950 amphibious landings at Inchon -- rehabilitated the U.S. military's tarnished post-World War II image.
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Korean War: Battle on Pork Chop Hill

A bloody seesaw struggle for Hill 255 -- a minor territorial chip at the negotiating table -- came to be remembered as a symbol for the entire Korean War.
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Korean War: CIA-Sponsored Secret Naval Raids

If you think the U.S. Navy's activities off Korea were limited to offshore bombardment and carrier strikes, you don't know CIA's front organization, Joint Advisory Commission, Korea (JACK).
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Korean War: A Fresh Perspective

Forty-five years after shipping out to fight in Korea, Harry Summers got new insight into what the war had been all about.