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Впечатляющие снимки Корейской войны

June 25, 1950 started the Korean War, which turned two parts once unified country in the irreconcilable opponents. Korean War is often called the "forgotten", but these photos will help to recall the events that took place more than 60 years ago.

Korean girl with a little brother on the back wearily passes the tank M-26 9 June 1951. (US Navy / Maj. RV Spencer, UAF)

One of four U.S. soldiers 21st Infantry Regiment found halfway to the best observation post and the front line July 10, 1950. Photographer reported that soldiers are likely to catch on the night of the 10th of July and then shot. Many were shot in the head, his hands were tied behind his back. Furthermore, it was destroyed by a large number of weapons and military equipment. (AP Photo)

American military tank goes behind the column of prisoners of war on a village street September 26, 1950. (US Department of Defense / US Marine Corps / S. Sgt. John Babyak, Jr.)

South Korean recruits are sent to the car-based platform for the war against the North Korean invaders. They staged off with all the honors and with the orchestra July 17, 1950. (AP Photo)

Helicopter «Bell» with wounded Marines from the front lines, landing on site medical unit in 1950. Military medics are waiting for the wounded with a stretcher, in a hurry to take them to the tents that serve as operational (in the background). (US Department of Defense / TSGT. Charles B. Tyler)

Corpse of North Korean tanker lying on the ground among the destroyed tanks in Indonge August 13, 1950. (AP Photo)

B-29 bomber drops 226-pound bombs on the territory controlled by Communist forces. The first bombs were dropped the first squadron of 16 August 1950 on the territory of the Naktong River, where, according to some reports, the North Korean forces were preparing for mass attack on the American front lines. 98 B-29 bombers dropped in the area more than 850 tons of bombs. (AP Photo)

Dive Bomber AD-3 (center top) rises after reset 907-pound bombs on the Korean side of the Yalu River crossing November 15, 1950. (US Department of Defense / US Navy)

Command post somewhere in South Korea July 12, 1950. American soldiers on duty in an armored personnel carrier disguised as hay. (AP Photo / Charles P. Gorry)

Smoke rises from the ruins of the village of Agok in the northern part of South Korea in August 1950. (AP Photo / Max Desfor)

North Korean prisoners of war captured during the battle for Yonsangu September 2, 1950, sitting on the hood of the jeep under the protection of U.S. Marines. (AP Photo)

This picture of the American army, once considered "top secret" - one of a series of photos from the summer 1800 execution of South Korean political prisoners in Taezhone in July 1950. Historians and survivors claim that South Korean troops executed many citizens outside the front lines when the UN forces retreated before the North Korean army in the middle of the 50th. They were executed on suspicion of Communist sympathies and possible interaction with the enemy. (AP Photo / National Archives, Major Abbott / US Army)

Four landing ship unloaded on the beach at Inchon 15 September 1950. (AP Photo)

General Douglas MacArthur (in the passenger seat in a leather jacket) examines a new front in the western Incheon Korea September 19, 1950. He is accompanied by Maj. Gen. Edward M. Almond (left), commander of the 10th Corps, and Vice Admiral Arthur D. Struble, commander of the fifth fleet. (AP Photo / US Army Signal Corps)

General view of the burnt city of Daejeon September 30, 1950. (AP Photo / Jim Pringle)

American soldiers are withdrawn prisoners of war, November 16, 1950. (AP Photo / Hank Walker)

Doctors operate on a Marine who was wounded in a shootout June 25, 1950. (US Department of Defense / TSGT. Robert H. Mosier)

After the civil reported that this tunnel hiding North Korean soldiers, U.S. Marines have thrown a grenade in September 1950. Entrance to the tunnel cover gunner and infantry. (AP Photo / Max Desfor)

Body 400 Korean citizens are in and around the trenches in the prison yard Daejeon during the Korean War in September 1950. These men were bound and killed by Communist forces retreating before the 24th platoon of the U.S. Army entered the town on September 28. Prisoners had to dig themselves future graves before being shot. On the left is a war correspondent Gordon Hammock. (AP Photo / James Pringle)

The Koreans are on the street among the debris after fighting in Seoul in September 1950. (AP Photo / Max Desfor)

Skydivers jump out of a military transport plane C-119 during an operation at an undisclosed location in Korea in October 1950. (AP Photo / Max Desfor)

Skydivers jump out of the UN forces out of the plane near the city of Sunchon North Korea October 20, 1950. (AP Photo / Max Desfor)

American Tank way through the enemy barrage on the road not far from Seoul, October 7, 1950, while Marines from the 7th Division are preparing to break into the enemy territory and do away with sniper fire. (AP Photo)

After the shootings and bombings in the area trees like matches. This photo was taken Oct. 22, 1950 on a hill 931 - one of the main peaks Heartbreak Ridge in Korea. In the photo you can see a complex system of trenches and bunkers Communists. This hill was captured by troops of the UN twice, the last time Oct. 6, 1950. (AP Photo / GS)

The bodies of more than 60 South Korean nationals, beaten to death in a mine Kum Bong San, near Tuba-neither Oct. 19, 1950. They killed the North Korean communists who brought them here from prison in Chinnampo. UN troops found the body. (AP Photo)

British and Australian troops raided a house in Hvandzhu 17 October 1950 during the military operations on the way to North Korean capital Pyongyang. (AP Photo / Max Desfor)

Amphibious boat with American soldiers on board racing through mine-infested waters of Wonsan harbor to the east coast of North Korea, 26 October 1950. Around 50,000 American troops landed on the beaches of North Korea to help the Allied forces advance to the Manchurian border. (AP Photo / Gene Herrick)

Pyongyang residents and refugees from other cities in North Korea climb rungs of urban rot on the bridge, trying to get away from the approaching Chinese troops. (AP Photo / Max Desfor)

Chinese soldiers surrender U.S. Marines Dec. 9, 1950. (US Department of Defense / SGT. FC Kerr)

The close interaction of U.S. air and ground units during a skirmish with the Chinese in Korea. U.S. Marines are moving forward after the effective air support from the "F4U-5 Corsair" December 26, 1950. (US Department of Defense / CPL. P. McDonald)

Body of American, English and Korean soldiers gathered for a mass cremation in Koto-ri 8 December 1950. (US Department of Defense / SGT. FC Kerr)

Fighter F-86 "Sabre" goes on the attack on a military camp in the snow-covered Korean village at the bottom of Jan. 28, 1951. (AP Photo)

Bound hand and melted snow breath - "traces" of the Korean civilian who was shot and left to die by retreating Communists. (AP Photo / Max Desfor)

Canadian infantrymen read the news from home waiting for orders to attack the Chinese Communist forces in the Korean front, February 29, 1951. (AP Photo)

Warehouses and docks of this important eastern port felt the brunt of devastating bombs bomber «B-26 Invader» in 1951 in Wonsan. (US Department of Defense / USIA)

25th Tank Battalion uses a flamethrower against the long-term defensive structure in the mountain, near the Han River March 30, 1952. (AP Photo)

British soldiers are delivered to the U.S. Coast North Korean warship that will put the explosives on enemy railway tracks April 13, 1951. About 90 meters of the railways, it is vitally important to the Chinese communist forces were destroyed just a few kilometers from the dislocation of the two enemy divisions. (AP Photo)

Thatched huts on after the bombing of the collection point of supply in North Korea May 10, 1951. (AP Photo)

Tired after long walks transitions Turkish soldiers in the UN forces sits astride a mule, which he took from an enemy soldier May 5, 1951. He attacked the approaching Chinese ambushed and captured his mule to carry out stragglers in the rear. (AP Photo / Robert Schutz)

Three Korean Communists in a fishing boat captured by soldiers of the cruiser "Manchester" off the coast of Korea, May 10, 1951. (US Department of Defense / US Navy)

The dead Chinese soldiers in the collection point, burnt form on one of them still smoldering. After serious reflection allied forces attack the enemy on the central front, May 17, 1951. (AP Photo / ENJ)

Pillars of light cut through the night, when the missiles are carried to the territories of the Communists in the port city of Wonsan July 1, 1951. Traces of brightly lit ship missiles, and could hold his eyes on the way to the ends. (AP Photo / DOD)

U.S. soldier dives for cover, which explodes near 82-millimeter mortar shell April 8, 1952. (AP Photo / Edward A. McDade / US Navy)

Korean military dismantle the huge mountain of empty shells collection point near the front. This pile of scrap metal shows the number of weapons thrown into battle in four days of the struggle for the post Garry June 18, 1953. (AP Photo / Gene Smith)

Gen. William K. Harrison (left) and General Nam Il (right) sign an agreement on the cessation of hostilities, which ended the Korean War, near Panmunjom July 27, 1953. (AP Photo)

Four U.S. Marines tired just from the front lines of the western Korean read the good news that the armistice agreement is about to be officially signed, July 26, 1953. (AP Photo / George Sweers)

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