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Re: The Hidden History of the Korean War
> >>That suggests another possibility.
>The N.K. military movements toward the 38th parallel before
>the War could have been, in fact, for training purpose only, not for
>But, once provoked by Rhee, their mission
>could have changed suddenly with an order for counterattack. <<
You can believe what you want but you can not change facts.
In case you didn't know, we captured entire NK units and some 50,000
prisoners when UN forces landed at Inch'on and broke out of the Pusan
perimeter. And, when we did, we also captured unit diaries and copies of
their orders. Also we captured government & military offices/files when we
took. P'yongyang. In these various files are numerous copies of attack
orders and detailed plans for the attack on South Korea, dated well before
25 June 1950. There are also any number of individual diaries with entries
telling of an attack on South Korea and these entries made days before 25
June 1950. Besides these, interrogation of senior (and not so senior) NKPA
officers back up the docutments.
Bottom line to this is no matter how much North Korea and others want to
change history to say South Korea attacked NK and started the war, there is
a paper-trail in the national and UN archives that proves otherwise.
Ed Evanhoe, Antlers, OK, 74523
Author: DARKMOON: Eighth Army Special Operations in the Korean War
Life Member: Special Forces & Special Operations Associations
Web site: http://www.korean-war.com