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USAHEC Educators' Toolbox: Korean War

USAHEC's source toolbox for educators

Korean War Sources

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Short Vignettes for your Classroom

From 1979 through 1985, the Military History Institute (USAMHI) of the USAHEC drew submissions from students and scholars from within the MHI and from throughout the country to publish as Military History Vignettes. Each of these short stories is a well-researched look at a specific topic in military history and is perfect for small group readings and critical thinking discussion in the classroom.

To find additional Military History Vignettes that do not pertain to a specific era, click here.

Analyzing Korean War Photographs
Grade Level:
 9-12
Historical Era: Korean War
Subject: U.S. History, World History
Introduction: To what extent do photos reveal the development of North Korean attitudes towards Americans during the Korean War? This lesson helps students to understand the lasting effects of the Korean War, especially the anti-American sentiment amongst the North Koreans.

Lectures at the USAHEC

The USAHEC has several lecture series covering all eras and topics in military and U.S. Army history.