Center for Korean Studies Digital Archive

CKS Digital Archive

Digitized selections from the collections of the University of Hawaii Center for Korean Studies

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Handwritten information on the reverse side of the photo:

This photo's credit line, like all previous pictures of the United Nations personnel, is DEPT OF PUBLIC INFORMATION USAMGIK.

LST arrived Inchon from Tientsin 11 May/ [(1946?), year not…

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Returning Korean refugees stop for a rest and meal at Chunju, Korea.

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JUST OUTSIDE THE VILLAGE OF ANUNGMYAN-NI, 18 MILES NE OF WONJU, KOREA, CPL JAMES E. BILMAN (OBLONG, ILL) (LEFT) AND SGT TONY F. HALUSKA (CLIFTON, N.J.) (RIGHT) BOTH OF THE 3RD BN, 187TH A/B RCT, 8TH US ARMY, SEARCH A KOREAN REFUGEE FOR WEAPONS OR…

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A BOATLOAD OF REFUGEES CROSSING THE HAN RIVER IN KOREA ON THEIR MOVE SOUTHWARD TO SAFETY.

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KOREAN REFUGEES FOUND AFTER THEY WANDERED THRU UN LINES ON 16 MAY 1951, NORTH OF YANGGU, KOREA, AWAIT QUESTIONING AT UN POST. THEY SURVIVED THEIR TRIP THRU ENEMY AND FRIENDLY MINE FIELDS WITHOUT SUFFERING A CASUALTY.

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TIRED AND WEARY AFTER DAYS OF TRAVEL THRU HILLS, THESE KOREAN REFUGEES WAIT AT COLLECTION POINT, CHOPWON, KOREA FOR TRANSPORTATION TO POINT OF SAEFTY BEHIND THE FIGHTING FRONT.

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CIVIL ASSISTANCE IN KOREA:
KOREAN REFUGEES COLLECTED BY UNCACK AND IX CORPS CIVIL ASSISTANCE PERSONNEL BEING TRANSPORTED TO THE CHUNCHON RAILHEAD FOR RAIL TRANSPORTATION TO ANYANG, KOREA.

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