The Korean War
This resource is from shmoop.com. The website offers students a summary of the conflict as well as a timeline, photos and a section on test review.
Korean War Fast Facts
From the library at CNN.com
Facts About the Korean War
Basic facts about the Korean War from Learn Korean Language.com
The Korean War (1950-1953)
Resources from Spark Notes.com
The Korean War: The Battle of Chosin
American military leaders, including General Douglas MacArthur, were caught off guard by the entrance of the People's Republic of China, led by Mao Zedong, into the five-month-old Korean War. Twelve thousand men of the First Marine Division, along with a few thousand Army soldiers, suddenly found themselves surrounded, outnumbered and at risk of annihilation at the Chosin Reservoir, high in the mountains of North Korea. The two-week battle that followed, fought in brutally cold temperatures, is one of the most celebrated in Marine Corps annals. Images and brief history of this epic battle. From American Experience Online, a product of pbs.org
From Fact Monster.com
The Cold War: Korean War
The Korean War for Kids &
Korean War Middle School Lesson
This page tells kids the story of the Korean War. It's designed for adults to use with middle school students, but some elements may also be thought provoking or interesting for teens. The lesson includes key facts about the Korean War for kids, including the causes of the Korean War for kids.This is not a detailed history of the Korean War, but instead an understandable, accurate and brief summary of the Korean War for kids, a Korean War lesson plan and an interesting "story" for students curious about this chapter of American history. From Cold War.me. This site also includes printable puzzles and coloring pages.
The Korean War, June 1950 - July 1953
Introductory Overview and Special Image Selection
From the Naval History and Heritage Command
The Korean War and it's Origina
Korean War documents and correspondence from the Truman Library
Korean War Veterans National Memorial
Southeast of the Lincoln Memorial, 19 sculptures stand under the watchful eye of a sea of faces upon a granite wall. This is a reminder of the human cost of defending freedom.