US Atrocities in Korean War - Chem and Bio Weapons, Mass Civilian Bombing and Execution | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

US Atrocities in Korean War - Chem and Bio Weapons, Mass Civilian Bombing and Execution

With the world's press spending a great deal of its energy on the rather fractious relationship between the United States and North Korea, a look back in time gives us some fascinating insight regarding the geopolitical stresses that rule the region, particularly the stresses that occurred during the Korean War.

Thanks to the International Action Center and the International Association of Democratic Lawyers (IADL), a Non-Governmental Organization which was founded in 1946 and acts as a consultative group to UNESCO, we have an interesting document that outlines some of America's actions on the Korean Peninsula during the early 1950s.

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