It’s Not Genocide When We Do It

Amnesia and denial in the North Korea narrative

A painting of the U.S. 65th Infantry Regiment’s bayonet charge against a Chinese division during the Korean War (Wikimedia Commons)
Korean refugees, 1952 (Wikimedia Commons)

Killing millions of innocent people, huh?

Should we start calling the “Korean War” the “Korean Genocide” instead?

Communist. Artist. Herbivore. Husband. I usually write about politics, current events, and history. My work has also been published by The Hampton Institute.

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