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U.S. Marines in North Korea, moving past Chinese lines and away from Chosin reservoir. Photo by Corporal Peter McDonald, U.S. Marine Corps.

U.S. Marines in North Korea, moving past Chinese lines and away from Chosin reservoir. Photo by Corporal Peter McDonald, U.S. Marine Corps.

A bearded North Korean, with an American cigarette between gnarled fingers, talks with gestures to a U.S. Marine patrol on April 28, 1951 which flushed him out of the hills in North Korea while advancing ahead of tanks. He seems eager to tell his captors all he knows about the Chinese Communists who were unleashing their spring offensive. (AP Photo)

A bearded North Korean, with an American cigarette between gnarled fingers, talks with gestures to a U.S. Marine patrol on April 28, 1951 which flushed him out of the hills in North Korea while advancing ahead of tanks. He seems eager to tell his captors all he knows about the Chinese Communists who were unleashing their spring offensive. (AP Photo)

German Military Biplane Wreckage 1900s 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

German Military Biplane Wreckage 1900s 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

World War I in Photos: Aerial Warfare - The Atlantic. Wreckage of a German Albatross D. (Library of Congress)

A soldier of the Army of the Republic of Korea wounded in action against the North Korean Communists, is carried to a first aid station by a U.S. infantryman for treatment.

A soldier of the Army of the Republic of Korea wounded in action against the North Korean Communists, is carried to a first aid station by a U.S. infantryman for treatment.

U. S. Marines of the First Marine Div. Reconnaissance Co. make the first helicopter invasion on Hill 812, to relieve the ROK Eighth Div., during the renewed fighting in Korea. September 20, 1951. T. G. Donegan. (Navy)

U. S. Marines of the First Marine Div. Reconnaissance Co. make the first helicopter invasion on Hill 812, to relieve the ROK Eighth Div., during the renewed fighting in Korea. September 20, 1951. T. G. Donegan. (Navy)

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