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FreeRice and the Korean War

Civilians seen fleeing in the fields during a retreat of UN forces during the Korean War. (Harry St. Truman Library)

The age of the Internet has created new ways to be a humanitarian hero every day. FreeRice is one. Read More »

DVD Review: Battle Circus – Humphrey Bogart’s MASH

Bogie takes 90 minutes to accomplish what Alan Alda took eleven years to do. Read More »

Biden Optimistic Global Hunger Struggle Can Be Won

The Vice President urges Congress to keep fighting global hunger and not to slash food aid in the budget. Read More »

The Korean War: Humanitarian Heroes Fighting Hunger

L3-B/Korea 1951

Nothing should ever be forgotten about the humanitarian who saved and the changed the lives of a generation in Korea. Read More »

DVD Review: Lest They Be Forgotten – D-Day Remembered

Hundreds of American war veterans' personal narratives have been preserved in the video series, "Lest They Be Forgotten." Read More »

Jimmy Carter, Faux Pas in Korea.

Carter's accusations against the South Koreans for a lack of humanitarianism have been met with some consternation. Read More »

Book Review: Command Influence: A Story of Korea and the Politics of Injustice by Robert A. Shaines

A first-hand account of the trial of Lt. George C. Schreiber by his military defense attorney. Read More »

A War the World Overlooked

The legacy of the 15-Year battle in Angola Read More »

TV Review: Top Shot on The History Channel

Top Shot combines Survivor with firearms. Could be an interesting season. Read More »