December 1952
Time;12/22/1952, Vol. 60 Issue 25, p23
The article describes the challenges, sacrifices, and lifestyle of the soldiers of the Eighth U.S. Army in Korea during the Korean war in the 1950s. The U.S. soldiers who fight abroad, according to an observation, always want to be done with war and go home, with the attitude of disgust for the war they wage. At every U.S. command post in Korea, commanders gather with staff every morning for briefing on the infantry war.


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