60 years after Armistice (Part 4): The beginning and the end
The Korean War erupted one morning in 1950 at 5 a.m. Three bloody years later, it would end another morning — with attacks south repelled, counter offensives to the north repelled, and a general agreement that borders would once again settle at the 38th parallel.
In this last installment, Stars and Stripes shares the headlines that announced the conflict and those which proclaimed its end, contrasted with the iconic imagry of what's inexplicably remembered as the "forgotten war."
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