Rethinking the Korean War: A New Diplomatic and Strategic History

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FIG. 18. North Korean general Nam Il, the head of
the Communist delegation at Panmunjom, walks from a
meeting of the reconvened talks, May 8, 1953.
175
FIG. 19. U.S. and ROK officials meet at President Syngman Rhee's
Seoul residence on June 13, 1953, only days before Rhee's
release of Communist prisoners threatened an early armistice.
177
FIG. 20. Refugees move southward in the face of the Chinese
offensive of January 1951.
207
FIG. 21. An orphanage on Koje-do, an island off the south coast,
served as a major location for POW camps.
207
FIG. 22. Robert E. Neal of the U.S. Air Force holds the hand of
“Charlie,” his “adopted” son.
208
FIG. 23. Members of the Third U.S. Infantry Division assisted
in the building of a new primary school for the children of
the Pochan Orphanage.
209
FIG. 24. A U.S. airman shows orphans in the Columbia Children's Home
some items donated to them by the residents of Ft. Worth, Texas.
210
FIG. 25. A mobilization poster of October 1950. 221

Unless otherwise stated, all photographs are courtesy of the National Archives II,
College Park, Maryland.

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