Korean War Resource Kit

In mid-1951, the front lines became static near the 38th parallel, where they remained until the end of the war. The fighting consisted mostly of patrols and raids against hilltop trench positions across the area in between UN forces and enemy lines, known as “No Man’s Land.” The following profiles present accounts of the experiences of Canadian soldiers deployed to Korea, sorted by branch of service. Paul Tomelin "My experience during the Second World War convinced me that war was hell. And when I was in Korea, I think that’s what I tried to get out with my photographs, that war was hell." READ MORE>> DAY-TO-DAY AT SEA - NAVY Jan Van der Rassel Bernard Charland Andy Barber Jean Paquet Roger Beauregard Philip Bissell David Campbell 4 Art Robillard