Notes from a Forgotten War, So-Called
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Yes, it’s about Korea and that war, brief as it was, was briefer still for the 57,000 casualties. In passing, in fourteen-plus years in Vietnam, the casualties number anywhere from 57,000 to 58,000. The Korean War continues to be referred to—when it is referred to at all—as The Forgotten War. Forgotten? Oh, yes, but not by those who survived, nor for widows, parents, children, and all manner of relatives and acquaintances who lost a continuation of future bloodlines. How can they forget?