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Canada and the Korean War: A Forgotten Ally in a Forgotten War
Canadian armed forces fought in the Korean War alongside soldiers from the United States and other United Nations member states, helping to protect the Republic of Korea (South Korea) from repeated North Korean and Chinese encroachments south of the 38th Parallel.

With nearly 30,000 boots on the ground in Korea, Canada fought in several key battles and engagements, provided naval and aerial support to the UN, and suffered hundreds of combat causalities. Although often overlooked or forgotten, the Korean War is a key chapter in the US-Canada relationship, in Canada’s modern military history, and in the record of Canada’s engagement with multilateral and collective security institutions.

Apr 22, 2021 03:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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