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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