Is it worth mentioning that for the North Koreans, the US’s “forgotten war” is still very much remembered? Names like LeMay and Otto P. Weyland very much etched into the collective consciousness? The worst excesses of the Vietnam War were practised on that poor, beleaguered people, leaving 18 of their 20 cities completely levelled and a million of their compatriots dead.
And how, when it is recalled, is the conflict referred to?
— U.S. Dept of Defense (@DeptofDefense) June 25, 2016
Then there’s there’s this extract, from a much more sombre Lt Col Anthony Herbert – a genuine American hero: