Memoirs of Korea
by Captain Bernard W. Peterson
Straw, Photo or Korean War Refugees trying to keep warm on the streets.
of Korea Page 23
This is a photo of Two Korean War mothers shown pushing a cart carrying their families
as they try to keep from freezing. This was typical in the Korean War: Too
many people with no place to go.
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|This pitiful scene of the cruel plight
of two Korean mothers shown pushing a cart carrying their precious brood,
in my belief, would soften even the hearts of our home grown communist
sympathizers, which during the Korean War had infiltrated many of our labor
unions. We GI's fighting in Korea at the time could not understand
how they could support such an evil cause.
Excerpt from "Short
Straw," by Captain Bernard Peterson.
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