American veterans who served in “The Forgotten War” say there is one group that has never forgotten them: Korean immigrants. As the nation marks the 60th anniversary of the suspension of the Korean War, the Americans who fought on behalf of South Korea have long held a place of honor in Korean immigrant communities, particularly in the United States.
“For the Korean people, they are the saviors,” said Jason Kim, the deputy mayor of Palisades Park, N.J., referring to U.S. servicemen. “They are the ones who saved the whole country, and many, many people. Without them, without their initiative, it never would happen.”
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American veterans who served in "The Forgotten War" say there is one group that…
by Tactical-Life / Jul 29, 2013