କୋରିଆ ଯୁଦ୍ଧ ଉତ୍ତର କୋରିଆ ଓ ଦକ୍ଷିଣ କୋରିଆ ମଧ୍ୟରେ ୨୫-ଜୁନ-୧୯୫୦ରୁ ୨୭-ଜୁଲାଇ-୧୯୫୩ ବ୍ୟାପି ଚାଲିଥିଲା । ଏଥିରେ ଦକ୍ଷିଣ କୋରିଆକୁ ଜାତିସଂଘ ତରଫରୁ ସମର୍ଥନ ମିଳିଥିବାବେଳେ, ଉତ୍ତର କୋରିଆକୁ ଚୀନ ଓ ତତ୍କାଳୀନ ସୋଭିଏତ ଉନିୟନ ଠାରୁ ସାହାଯ୍ୟ ମିଳିଥିଲା । ଏହା ଶୀତଳ ଯୁଦ୍ଧ ସମୟର ଅନ୍ୟତମ ପ୍ରମୁଖ ଘଟଣା ।
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Total Strength 602,902 troops
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Republic of Korea -- 590,911
Colombia -- 1,068
United States -- 302,483
Belgium -- 900
United Kingdom -- 14,198
South Africa -- 826
Canada -- 6,146
The Netherlands -- 819
Turkey -- 5,453
Luxembourg -- 44
Australia -- 2,282
Philippines -- 1,496
New Zealand -- 1,385
Thailand -- 1,204
Ethiopia -- 1,271
Greece -- 1,263
France -- 1,119
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A peak strength of 14,198 British troops was reached in 1952, with over 40 total serving in Korea.
"UK-Korea Relations". British Embassy Pyongyang. Foreign and Commonwealth Office. 9 February 2012. Retrieved 16 February 2013.
When war came to Korea in June 1950, Britain was second only to the United States in the contribution it made to the UN effort in Korea. 87,000 British troops took part in the Korean conflict, and over 1,000 British servicemen lost their lives
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Other countries to furnish combat units, with their peak strength, were: Australia (2,282), Belgium/Luxembourg (944), Canada (6,146), Colombia (1,068), Ethiopia (1,271), France (1,119), Greece (1,263), Netherlands (819), New Zealand (1,389), Philippines (1,496), Republic of South Africa (826), Thailand (1,294), Turkey (5,455), and the United Kingdom (Great Britain 14,198).
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Peak Canadian Army strength in Korea was 8,123 all ranks.
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NKPA strength peaked in October 1952 at 266,600 men in eighteen divisions and six independent brigades.
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Soviet involvement in the Korean War was on a large scale. During the war, 72,000 Soviet troops (among them 5,000 pilots) served along the Yalu River in Manchuria. At least 12 air divisions rotated through. A peak strength of 26,000 men was reached in 1952.
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This series has records for 4,714 U.S. military officers and soldiers who were prisoners of war (POWs) during the Korean War and therefore considered casualties.
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Canada's casualties totalled 1,558 including 516 who died.
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Philippines: KIA 92; WIA 299; MIA/POW 97
New Zealand: KIA 34; WIA 299; MIA/POW 1
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- Anniversary of the Korean War Armistice: Truman on Acheson’s Crucial Role in Going to War Shapell Manuscript Foundation
- Korean War resources, Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library
- North Korea International Documentation Project
- Grand Valley State University Veteran's History Project digital collection
- The Forgotten War, Remembered – four testimonials in The New York Times
- Collection of Books and Research Materials on the Korean War an online collection of the United States Army Center of Military History
- Korean War, US Army Signal Corps Photograph Collection US Army Heritage and Education Center, Carlisle, Pennsylvania
- The Korean War at History.com
- The short film Film No. 927 is available for free download at the Internet Archive [more]
- The Korean War You Never Knew[dead link] & Life in the Korean War[dead link] – slideshows by Life magazine
- QuickTime sequence of 27 maps adapted from the West Point Atlas of American Wars
- Animation for operations in 1950
- Animation for operations in 1951
- US Army Korea Media Center official Korean War online image archive
- Rare pictures of the Korean War from the U.S. Library of Congress and National Archives
- The Korean War in Color on YouTube
- Land of the Morning Calm Canadians in Korea – multimedia project including veteran interviews
- Pathé Online newsreel archive featuring films on the war
- CBC Digital Archives—Forgotten Heroes: Canada and the Korean War
- Korea Defense Veterans of America
- Korean War Ex-POW Association[dead link]
- Korean War Veterans Association
- The Center for the Study of the Korean War
- UN Memorial Cemetery, Busan [dead link]
- War Memorial of Korea, Seoul The War Memorial's official website[dead link]
- Korean Children's War Memorial
- Chinese 50th Anniversary Korean War Memorial
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