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HIS 401: Historical Research and Writing (Spring 2020): Online Resources

Spring 2020

Archival Resources



POW Camps in North Korea

  • Over 2,000 men died, and are still unrecovered, as prisoners of war. Some deaths occurred at holding points and others in the permanent camps operated by Chinese forces on the south bank of the Yalu River. Some U.S. POWs spent time across the river in Manchuria, but to the best of our knowledge, all have returned.

Military History Sites

Mao and China

Stalin and the U.S.S.R.

Film Resources

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