Panmunjom - Anthony Fleet

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Panmunjom, Korea is the site of military armistice negotiations between representatives of the Communist forces fighting in Korea, and United Nations forces representatives.

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The Korean War ends with the signing of an armistice by the United Nations and Communist negotiators in Panmunjom, Korea. Neutral observers arrive to oversee the armistice. US President Dwight Eisenhower announces the truce to the Americans in Washington DC. He counsels against over-optimism in the face of the major problems that remain.

KOREA TRUCE LINE AGREED


(Above is a video)

Bibliography

"Year 1951 - Korean War Photograhs and History Guide .. The History Beat." History Timelines on the Web ... The History Beat. Search Beat. Web. 29 May 2011. <http://history.searchbeat.com/koreanwar/korea1951.htm>
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"The United Nations and Communist Negotiators Sign a Truce Agreement in Panmunjom, Korea Thus Ending the Korean War." CriticalPast.com: Historic Stock Footage and Archival Video Clips and Photo Images from the 1890s to the 1990s. Critical Past. Web. 29 May 2011. <http://www.criticalpast.com/video/65675058243_President-Dwight-Eisenhower_end-of-Korean-War_signing-of-armistice_neutral-observers>
  • This website explains exactly what happened in Panmunjom, Korea, and how it affected the Korean War. This website also has video clips that provide more information.
"KOREA TRUCE LINE AGREED." British Pathe. Web. 29 May 2011. <http://www.britishpathe.com/record.php?id=34311>
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