Military Mail: Korean War (Frame 2)
This web page, published by the Military Postal History Society, contains images of Frame 2 of the Korean War exhibit pages created by Bob Collins. They are reproduced and distributed to the public with his permission.
To view the text within these images, see: web page containing the text content of exhibit frame 2.
Updated 4 June 2022
Korean War: The Chinese Communist Chosin Reservoir Offense and Marine Defense -- Recapture of Seoul and Inchon in the Chinese Communist Offensive -- Recapture of Seoul in U.N. counterattack -- Korean War: REcall of General MacArthur as Supreme Commander -- Second Spring Offensive of Communist Chinese and North Koreans -- Korean War: U.N. counterattack - Operation Piledriver -- Korean War: Soviet Union proposes a ceasefire. -- Hubba Hubba Mail -- Truce Talks begin -- Chinese Communists and North Koreans break off peace talks -- Battle of Heartbreak Ridge fought -- U.N. counterattack captures Hearbreak Ridge and advance to the Jamestown Line -- Peace Talks resume -- General Ridgeway orders cessation of offensive operations and start of active defense. -- Stalemate along the 38th parallel from December 1, 1951 to April 1952 -- Husband and wife writing to each other on same day during the stalemate