At Kapyong on April 24, 1951, Canadian troops made a memorable fighting debut in Korea

Coveney, David
April 2001
Military History;Apr2001, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p70
Recounts the battle between Canadian troops and Communist Chinese soldiers at Kapyong village in the Korean War in 1951. Description of the village; Equipment of Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry Regiment; Details of the battle.


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