Korea The Forgotten War – 4 DVD Set!

Korea – The Forgotten War 1950-1953! 4 DVD Set! The complete story of the Cold War’s first bloody and brutal conflict pitting East against West! Be a part of history as North Korea invades South Korea, inside General Douglas McArthur’s Plan for the West, examine the brilliant strategy of the Inchon Invasion, witness the fierce Red Chinese Army crossing the Yalu River, experience the bloody fight for Pork Chop Hill! Learn how American GIs and Marines survived the frigid Korean winter, meet Korean War Vets as they recount their personal struggles and triumphs, be there for the final battles and the signing of the cease fire. Watch exclusive interviews with American Medal of Honor recipients!

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Anonymous on 06/26/2019 at 4:02 AM.

“Korea: The Forgotten War, 1950-1953:” a fascinating and historically accurate look at the Korean War. When I purchased my copy of “Korea: The Forgotten War, 1950-1953,” I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. This is an older documentary – first released in the 1980s or 90s, judging from the ages of the veterans who appear in it – and there were no “stars” or celebrities listed as narrator or voice-over artists…I was very pleasantly surprised at the overall quality of this 313 minute-long documentary. Using original newsreel footage (mostly black-and-white), excellent narration, expert…

Anonymous on 06/26/2019 at 4:27 AM.

The best ever history of the Korean War This is without a doubt the best historical account of the Korean War available, and for those of you who were not around during that time, who have never heard or seen an objective account of the conflict, or who think you truly understand the war, “This is it!” This collection takes the viewer step-by-step from the North Koreans’ preparation for the war and the South Koreans’ lack thereof to the very end of the actual fighting, and the visual and narrative presentations are objective…

Anonymous on 06/26/2019 at 4:30 AM.

Refresher Course. The Korean War, which some at the time insisted on calling a “police action” despite the 50,000 or so American deaths, was never really “forgotten.” It just naturally went down the memory hole, largely for two reasons: (1) The peace talks in Panmunjom dragged on for two years and the public lost interest; and (2) the North Koreans, Chinese, and Russians lost in their attempt to expand their ideology but we didn’t win either. The war ended in a cease fire, not a truce, just about where it…