Wounded North Korean Prisoner Had
Many Personal Belongings of GIs.
Near No-Name Ridge, Naktong
River, Pusan Perimeter, September, 1950
The UN estimates that 26,000
South Korean civilians were murdered in the first
few months of the war by the invading KPA.
Basically just on the perception they had opposed
North Korea politically, i.e., they were
When today's liberals make such accusations, many Korean War veterans
remember all too well where such intolerance can lead.
Thousands of civilians, ROKs and
US troops were
murdered and, in Taejon alone, the Korean
People's Army took 7,000 civilians, tied them
together in small groups, and shot them all.
By the Cease Fire, about 8,000
American POWs were unaccounted for and assumed
murdered, and the total number of murdered
civilians is uncountable.