Korean War

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What the Pyeongchang Games mean for veterans of the Korean War

For a host of Canadian veterans, Pyeongchang is a reminder of what was accomplished during the Korean War. But also what was lost.
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How Canada fits into Rex Tillerson’s plan for North Korea

Paul Wells parses diplomatic history as the U.S. secretary of state arrives in Ottawa to talk North Korea
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Remembering Korea: Donald Dalke

The soldier explains the tense relationship with Korean civilians
Iraq: Ten years later

Twenty-eight more people die in Iraq

Tease the day: Does the Korean experience give anyone hope that Iraq will eventually prosper?
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Remembering Korea: Roy Jardine

The infantrymen describes the front lines in 1952
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From the archives: Pierre Berton and the Korean War

A panel of veterans and historians react to Berton’s critical view
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Remembering Korea: Stanley “Sam” Carr

The infantrymen recounts his time as a prisoner of war in 1953
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Remembering Korea: Aimé Michaud

The Van Doos infantryman recounts the trauma of an injury on the front lines
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Remembering Korea: John Woods

The infantryman recalls the carnage at Chail-Li
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Remembering Korea: Doug Raynbird

The Manitoban describes his time entertaining the troops