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With his usual over-the-top enthusiasm, Victor Davis Hanson provides a brief history of the Korean War via Prager University. Why is it called the forgotten war? History professor Melinda Pash offers some answers at HistoryNet: Korea has been called a “forgotten war” since at least October 1951 when U.S. News & World Report gave it that […]
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