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|Korea - The Forgotten War|
Actor: Korea: Forgotten War
Genres: Educational, Documentary
In June of 1950, the North Korean Army initiated a massive attack on its neighbor to the south, beginning a see-saw war that would engulf the entire Korean peninsula. For the next three years, The United Nations and the Co... more »
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D. K. Hansen | Riverton, Utah USA | 01/06/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Hsaving served during the Korean War, the DVDs brought back memories. Some of the merories I would just as soon forget. The coverage of the war was excellent. It provided information that was not normally known by those who served outside of Korean. The DVDs provided a good idea of the mountainous country our service men and to climb and the difficulties the mountains provided. It provided good coverage of both the ground and air operations and the value of each."
I WAS THERE
John R. Wilcox | USA | 03/14/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"IN 1952 A SECOND LT. BY THE NAME OF JIM BRADY JOIN THE CONPANY OF A MARINE CORPS FIGHTING COMBAT UNIT. IN HIS DESCRIPTIONS OF WHAT ACTUAL HAPPEN DURING HIS STAY WAS AS THOUGH YOU WERE WITH HIM. HE DESCRIBE THE THINGS THAT A COMBAT MARINE GOES THROUGH JUST TO SURVIE. HE DID NOT MAKE THINGS UP TO THRILL THE READERS BUT WHAT ACTUALLY TOOK PLACE. SOME OF THE EVENTS THAT HAPPEN WERE TO HIMSELF AND JIM PULLED KNOWE PUNCHES IN WHAT HE DESCRIBE. LOTS WERE OF THINGS THAT HE WROTE ABOUT WERE NOT OF THE FIGHTING BUT WHAT A MARINE GOES THROUGH WITH IN THE LIVING CONDITIONS FOR PERSONAL SURVIAL. HIS SCOPE OF WHAT A COMPNY OF MARINES DOES TO CARRY OUT THE MISSIONS OF A BATTLE IS LIKE BEING OR LIVING WITH THAT UNIT. IT IS A BOOK THAT ONCE YOU START READING IT YOU FEEL LIKE YOU ARE WITH THIS COMPANY OF MARINES AND THEIR STORIES OF CARRYING OUT THEIR ASSIGNMENTS THROUGH VERY HARD AND DIFFICULT TIMES."
Should have "Forgot" this dvd
fook | st. louis, Mo. | 05/12/2010
(2 out of 5 stars)
"not the documentary i was expecting. it's the same title, but not the same films. pretty much a military propaganda film. very repetitive..."