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John A. Scocos column: Korean Conflict is the forgotten war

4:03 PM, Jul. 26, 2013
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The place in history afforded the Korean conflict, which raged from 1950 to 1953, is unfortunately almost a distant third to World War II and Vietnam. For a couple reasons, Korea has been the "forgotten war."

Global war and stories of heroism and sacrifice of the Second World War, just years before Korea, as well as the social upheaval and politics associated with Vietnam often make the Korean War less important to the history books.

It is not, however, less important to history - and certainly not less important to the soldiers who slogged through the mud and snow fighting the North Koreans and ...

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