The DMZ War

1953 to Today

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This Year in the DMZ War

 

 

 

Important incidents in the DMZ or affecting it. Send us your stories to add (below). Summaries from the Congressional Research Service. Additional research from the DMZ War.

1958:

 

02/1958 — North Korean agents hijacked a South Korean airliner to Pyongyang

that had been en route from Pusan to Seoul; 1 American pilot, 1 American passenger,

2 West German passengers, and 24 other passengers were released in early March,

but 8 other passengers remained in the North.

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 The DMZ War book and Web site are the inside story on the mission to prevent North Korean invasion and infiltration of the Korean Demilitarized Zone from 1953 until today-- and the men and women of the US military who accomplished it. The DMZ War includes insider stories; declassified reports, film and pictures; and all sorts of other stuff of interest to those who "ran the Z,' served anywhere in/around the RoK, or have an interest in North Korea, the Cold War, espionage, special operations and intelligence.

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