For most Americans, the Korean Conflict is the "Forgotten War," sandwiched between World War II and Vietnam. The three year engagement (1950-53) did not end with victory as did World War II, nor did it stir the passions and divisions of our nation like Vietnam; yet it had a profound impact on the United States and the world. MPTV honors Wisconsin Veterans who fought in Korea and explains the significance of the conflict and its impact on the Cold War.
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