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Here are my choices for The Best Sites For Learning About The Korean War (and are accessible to English Language Learners):
“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.
Tension In The Koreas is from The Boston Globe’s Big Picture.
North Korea: Tests and Threats is from CBS News.
North Korea’s Nuclear Program is a New York Times interactive.
Richard Byrne shares some useful videos on his blog.
North Korea v South Korea in figures – interactive is from The Guardian.
Korean armistice’s 60th anniversary is a Washington Post slideshow.
The Korean War is from PBS.
Remembering the Korean War is a series of photos from The Atlantic.
The History Channel has some useful videos.
Here’s a Korean War StoryCorps recording.
A Short History of the Korean War is from the Imperial War Museum.
The Korean war in 1 minute using Google Earth. pic.twitter.com/iPU8mHt2Zc
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