Monday is an anniversary that isn’t on the lips of most Americans. It’s always been that way. That’s why we are writing this reminder.
June 25, 1950, North Korean communist troops invaded South Korea. America, as part of the United Nations, responded by sending troops to help the few unprepared soldiers we had there. Thus began the Korean War, which continued until the cease fire agreement July 25, 1953. We still have thousands of troops there.
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