Last Casualties of the Korean War: Burial for the 400 Chinese Soldiers Found in Peninsula Who Were Part of Massive and Ill-Equipped Red Army

Posted by admin on Mar 18, 2014

The remains of over 400 Red Army soldiers who fought and died in the Korean War will finally be returned to China for burial – 60 years after the end of the conflict. These extraordinary pictures show Chinese government officials observing the remains of 437 Chinese soldiers at a cemetery in Paju, South Korea – all of whom were killed in the Korean War.

Communist China sent troops to fight alongside North Korean soldiers during the 1950-53 conflict – which was the primary result of the political division of the country following the Second World War.

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