Unforgettable: The Korean War

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Unforgettable: The Korean War

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2010
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Unforgettable: The Korean War is a documentary that recounts the forgotten tales and harrowing memories of one the world's most disparaged campaigns. Hear firsthand accounts from former servicemen, detailing the horrors of combat. Military personnel were exposed to things that now one should have to witness. Thinks like fellow soldiers dying, encountering foreign combatants for the first time and the added pressure of taking the battlefield with people of other ethnic backgrounds, in the first integrated units in the US armed forces. The film also chronicles some of the aftereffects of war, even the ones that most people would like to forget about. American troops returned to their home soil, only to be resented and spit upon by the general population. Worldwide support for the United Nations was weakened as well. Perhaps the most disconcerting result was the fact that the communist government of North Korea, one of the very things the war was started in order to undo, continued their reign with new resolve against outsiders. Directed by Tom Kleespie, Unforgettable: The Korean War delivers a valuable lesson for viewers: no war, no matter how violent or regrettable can ever be forgotten. Once wars are forgotten by the soldiers or countries that fight them, they are doomed to be repeated.moreless
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