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>From WRANGLER01@prodigy.net Sun Feb 13 00:56:58 2000
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From: LTC John Duquette <WRANGLER01@prodigy.net>
Subject: Re: Korean People's Army Unit Histories
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I think your KPA OOB history is a marvelous idea. There are several period
intelligence summaries on the North Koreans and Chinese on the Army's
Military Historical Institute webpage:
I have a gazetteer on North Korea but I suspect it may be dated 1980's. I
will send it to you nonetheless (it's on my other computer--will do next
----- Original Message -----
From: "Joseph S. Bermudez Jr." <email@example.com>
To: "Korean-War-List" <KOREAN-WAR-L@UKANS.EDU>
Sent: Sunday, February 13, 2000 12:37 AM
Subject: Korean People's Army Unit Histories
> I'd like to make an offer to the list members.
> It is probably that most of us who would subscribe to the Korean War List
> are quite familiar with the make-up and organization of the United Nations
> Command Forces. It is equally probably that we are less well acquainted
> the organization and history of the forces comprising the Korean People's
> Army (KPA). Since I've spent the past 20+ years studying the KPA (from
> to present) I'd like to share some of the information I've collected on
> units of the KPA during the war and through the late 1950s.
> What I'm proposing is to post on the list, at irregular intervals, the
> organization/combat histories (as we know it) of KPA units. I'll do this
> serial form, a little at a time. When I've finished a category of units,
> a major unit, I'll produce a .pdf file including organizational charts and
> maps and will then provide it to whomever wants it. (Perhaps, by that time
> will have my own web site and will post it there for anyone to download
> I will probably start with the 766th Independent Regiment and then move to
> Army level engineer and railroad security/construction units.
> Please let me know what you think.
> P.S. - I'm looking for a late-WWII or Korean War era gazetteer (list of
> place names and geographic locations) for Korea. If anyone knows of such a
> work could you please let me know.
> Joseph S. Bermudez Jr.
> PGP key available on request