THE IMJIN AND KAPYONG BATTLES: Korea, 1951
April 22, 1951. In an attempt to recapture Seoul, the Chinese attacked U.N. forces on the Imjin River and at Kapyong, a key route to Seoul. British, Australian, and Canadian forces were defending. This in-depth comparison of the two battles seeks to disentangle the mythology surrounding both battles and explain why events unfolded the way they did. Photos.
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