"This collection includes more than 1,300 documents consisting of national estimates, intelligence memo, daily updates, and summaries of foreign media concerning developments on the Korean Peninsula during 1947 - 1954."
"A collection of primary source documents related to the Korean War. Obtained largely from Russian archives, the documents include reports on Chinese and Soviet aid to North Korea, allegations that America used biological weapons, and the armistice."
HEARING before the Subcommittee on Korean War Atrocities of the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of the Committee on Government Operations, United States Senate,
Eighty-Third Congress, 1st Session, Pursuant to S. Res. 40
Parts 1, 2, and 3
Hearing held on December 2, 3, and 4, 1953
Online exhibits of some of the art available in the Navy's art collection. Exhibit topics include: From Space to Sea; Women in Uniform; The Vietnam Experience; World War II Navy Art: A Vision of History; Naval Aviation of WWII; "Remembering the Forgotten War: Korea, 1950-1953"; The Navy Art of Thomas Hart Benton; and many others
Examines the declassified Russian documents related to the Korean War. Degree of unfriendliness of Russia to the former Soviet ally; Soviet relations with China during the war; Kim Il Sung's influence on Moscow's and Beijing's foreign policy.
Access first hand accounts from U.S. war vetrans. It currently covers the following: WWI (1914-1920), WWII (1939-1946), Korean War (1950-1955), Vietnam War (1961-1975), Persian Gulf War (1990-1995), Afghanistan and Iraq Conflicts (2001-). Accounts are also provided by U.S. civilians who participated in the war effort (USO workers, war industry workers, etc.)
"The Greenwood Library of American War Reporting presents a unique and unfiltered presentation of American History from colonial days to the present through annotated primary documents of journalists and reporters writing as events occured." ABC-Clio
"This book brings to life one of the most bitter and inglorious conflicts in american history. Drawing on his interviews with hundreds of veterans of Korea, Knox masterfully weaves personal stories with military records to create a vivid, day-by-day chronicle of the war’s first savage months of fighting"
"The second and concluding volume of the late Knox's oral history of the 1950-53 war, this covers the last two and a half years with quotes from letters, diaries and interviews interspersed with brief summaries of unfolding events."