Next week is the 60th anniversary of the beginning of the Korean War.
Here are my choices for The Best Sites For Learning About The Korean War (and are accessible to English Language Learners):
The Voice of America Special English has a program on the war — click on “MP3″ to get audio support for the text.
PBS has an interactive map and timeline on the war.
Korea Conflict In Pictures comes from MSNBC.
Sixty Years, A War On Hold is an Associated Press interactive.
CNN has a number of related videos.
“The Price Of Freedom: Americans At War” is a Smithsonian multimedia interactive on each war in United States’ history. Videos (with transcript), images and text are included.
“Remembering The Korean War, 60 Years Ago” is a series of images from The Boston Globe’s Big Picture.
Remembering The Korean War is a slideshow from The Wall Street Journal.
60 Years of Tensions is an interactive timeline from Radio Free Asia about the Korean War and its aftermath.
Korean Standoff is an Associated Press interactive.
CNN has a special feature on Korea tensions.
Tension In The Koreas is from The Boston Globe’s Big Picture.
The North Korean Challenge is an interactive timeline from The New York Times.
North Korea: Recent History is a good interactive from The Guardian, but only goes to 2007.
A History of Korean Tensions is a Wall Street Journal interactive.
North Korea: Tests and Threats is from CBS News.
North Korea’s Nuclear Program is a New York Times interactive.
North Korea’s Nuclear Threat is an AP interactive.
Missile defence systems deployed to counter North Korea threats: interactive is from The Guardian.
North Korea v South Korea in figures – interactive is from The Guardian.
North Korea v South Korea: every incident mapped is from The Guardian.
Rising Tensions on the Korean Peninsula is an interactive from The Wall Street Journal.
Korean armistice’s 60th anniversary is a Washington Post slideshow.
Two Koreas is an Associated Press interactive.
Suggestions are welcome.
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