Meeting in Panmunjom

From the Legion Magazine.

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Meeting in Panmunjom

Meeting in Panmunjom

Story by Stephen J. Thorne

When senior officials from the two Koreas met for the first time in more than two years on Jan. 9, they did not do it in just any old place. They chose Panmunjom, a bizarre village that contrasts armed military standoff with tourist attraction.


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St. Laurent and Kim Il-Sung

Story by Mark Zuehlke

A dangerous supreme leader, threats of ballistic missiles, aggression toward the United States and its NATO allies–today’s rhetoric is eerily similar to what it was at the start of the Korean War in 1950.


Korea: The Forgotten War

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