Will the Korean War remain 'forgotten'?

Now is the time to seriously consider ways in which to preserve and carry on the legacy of the Korean War veterans of Canada to the next generation of Canadians.

Library and Archives Canada Photo
Troops of the 2nd Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry during patrol, March 1951.
Choi Jang-min
Published: Wednesday, 05/13/2015 12:00 am EDT

The Korean War, which has been known as the "forgotten war," seems to receive less recognition and respect it deserves from Canadians despite the significant roles Canadian soldiers have played in the war. What is more puzzling is that this trend of indifference seems to go unnoticed by many people.

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