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Hello, this is an amazing website. I am 14 and have chosen this battle as my history research paper. I am supposed to get first hand information on the battle rather than getting information from the internet. Do you have any suggestions? I would love to talk to you.
Respectfully,
Ericka

Admin reply: Hi Ericka,

You might contact the administrator at your local Senior Center with your request. Here in White Rock, you would find a number of veterans from WWII, Korea and Vietnam who would enjoy talking with you, and that will probably be true wherever you live. Good luck. :)


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These are all lies. Jane Fonda wanted to bring soldiers home, not disrespect them. She was pro-soldier and anti-war. That wasn't uncommon then. Nixon lied and killed a lot of innocent people. Nixon and Lyndon Johnson were evil people. Stop blaming people like Jan Fonda. So ridiculous. More than half of America was against the war while she was living in France unaware for the most part what was really going on. She didn't influence anyone in America to be against the war. The fact that this was the first US war televised and most people had TVs in the 60s is the reason people were against that war.

Admin reply: By her photographs in Vietnam Nam and her contemporary speeches and actions, nearly all of us who did our duty as ordinary citizens and went through combat for the U S at that time were a little scarred for life, as we were by the other radical liberals on our return home. To most of us, she is no longer important, but remains forever a witch

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Added: December 18, 2013
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I first knew Gus (as Sir!)in 1952 at Ingleburn. I well remember the Mosquito flying low over 2 Bn lines in Korea for Gus to drop his mail for onward posting.

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Served in Co. A, & later in H&S Company, 89th Tank Battalion, 25th Infantry Division. Arrived in Korea 31 December 1953, left 27 December 1954. All of that is far behind me. There is not much about that year that I care to recall.

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Served in the USN Amphibious from 1951-1955 USS Logan APA 196.
Inchon,Pusan,Koji-Do.


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Hello,

I know from family stories that my Father Joseph E. Roberts was with the 1st Marine Division, in the battle of Inchon. I was wondering if anyone remembered him.
Thank you.


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Added: November 9, 2013
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I am trying to find out information about my dad- Eugene DeWree. He was a front line observer from Redwood City California. He was a captain but that is all I know. ANy help is appreciated.

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Hi Sir,

30th Intake apprentice. Will always remember your "Enemy" battle cry and our "Shoot to kill" response during our 2 weeks at LWC Canungra in 1975. Wish I had the opportunity to have known the Larrikin in you back then.

Great read

Arte et marte


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