(Editor’s note: Saturday, July 27, marked the 60th anniversary of the end of the Korean War.)
Letter to the Editor:
The signing of the armistice between the United States, China and North Korea on July 27, 1953, ended what many have called “America’s Forgotten War.”
The place in history afforded the Korean conflict, which raged from 1950 to 1953, is unfortunately almost a distant third to World War II and Vietnam.
For a couple of reasons, Korean has been the “forgotten war.”