War Office: British and Commonwealth Forces: Historical Records and Reports, Korean War
This series contains historical records and reports (other than war diaries), of British and Commonwealth troops in Korea.
The official Korean War historian, General Sir Farrar-Hockley, whose history was published in 1990 (volume 1) and 1995 (volume 2), used documents found in the piece range 73-102.
The British Commonwealth Force arrived in Korea as part of the United Nations Force during 1950, and following the armistice in July 1953, remained until 1957.
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