historium:

historium:

An alleged communist is loaded into a truck for execution outside the city by Kuomintang authorities. Shanghai, 1949

ourforgottenwars:

ourforgottenwars:

An Australian mortar team engaging Communist positions well hidden in the hills in Korea.

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ourforgottenwars:

Dutch NDVN soldiers at the Iron Triangle during the Korean war, 1951

Dog handler Private Douglas John Fieldhouse, o…

Dog handler Private Douglas John Fieldhouse, of Woodside, SA, and his coverman Private Peter D Lamb of Albion Queensland are on the move with Goldie the tracker dog during a jungle patrol in North Borneo.

mostly-history: Representatives of UK, Belgia…

mostly-history:

Representatives of UK, Belgian, Canadian and Australian units of the
British 29th Brigade stand at Parade Rest during
ceremonies (1951).

Here, the American Presidential Unit Citation was awarded to the
Gloucestershire Regiment and the 170th Independent Mortar
Battalion (Royal Artillery) for a heroic and sacrificing stand
against encircling Chinese troops, during the Battle of the Imjin
River, from 23rd – 25th April, 1951.

Group portrait of members of A Company, 3rd Ba…

Group portrait of members of A Company, 3rd Battalion, the Royal Australian Regiment (3RAR) and a local Dyak tracker, while on patrol near the border between the Malaysian state of Sarawak and the Indonesian province of Kalimantan.

ourforgottenwars: Australian forces pass thro…

ourforgottenwars:

Australian forces pass through a Korean village during the war

ourforgottenwars:Centurion covers UN units wit…

ourforgottenwars:

Centurion covers UN units withdrawing through Pyongyang

A group portrait of some unidentified Australi…

A group portrait of some unidentified Australian soldiers from 9 Platoon (9 Pl), C Company, 4th Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment (4RAR), sighting their weapons in at the Bokah rifle range prior to deploying for a Claret patrol.

mostly-history: Soldiers of the 2nd Battalion,…

mostly-history:


Soldiers of the 2nd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment,
walk along the top of their sandbagged trenches on The Hook, the
morning after the ceasefire (Korea, 1953).