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Welcome to the Korean War Educator. Whether this is your first visit or a return visit, we invite you to look around and enjoy the site. Repeat visitors can determine new additions to the site by clicking on the link, "What's New" at the top of this page.  Please note that we are still under heavy construction.  If you should stumble across a link that isn't working properly, we encourage you to e-mail the webmaster and tell him about the problem. Thank you for your continued patience as we grow.

If you are not familiar with the history of the war, please take some time to view the brief history... the several "brief summary" pages on our site will help get you started. The best avenue on the Korean War Educator where you can go to study a particular aspect of the Korean War is the "Topics" link located at the top of this page.  To view the Korean War through the eyes and mind of the veterans who served in it, click on Memoirs.  To find a lost buddy or group of buddies, go to Buddy Search.  We invite you to look around the KWE as a whole--a website that will help you to gain a better understanding of the men and women who served in the Korean War. Please let us know what we can do to make your educational experience more beneficial. This site is both a tool to educate and a place to honor those who fought and served in, as well as died in, the Korean War.


"Made in America"

This web site includes information about the Korean War from the perspective of U.S. veterans who were involved in the war effort, as well as American families who lost loved ones in Korea. For the communist viewpoint of the war, our viewers will have to look elsewhere on the World Wide Web. (Some links on our Links page might provide addresses of websites with a North Korean/communist slant.) Associates of the Korean War Educator website do not support the communist philosophy.  We believe that an aggressive North Korean government started the war, and that American blood, sweat, tears, and money significantly helped to end it.

The contributions of other participating allied nations in the effort to keep South Korea free will gladly and expeditiously be added to this website as veterans of foreign countries provide the needed text and information.

In God We Trust

 
 
 

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Note, Guestbook entries prior to August, 2008
have been archived to PDF, and can be viewed here:
6/21/2001-7/6/2005
7/6/2005-9/18/2006
9/28/2006-8/13/2008



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