Korean War- Documentary (1950-1953)

The Korean War in a way you've never seen it before

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  1. Eesh SinGer

    Eesh SinGer

    6 시간 전

    this documentary's cool

  2. Isaak Mercado

    Isaak Mercado

    2 일 전

    God I love these old war documentaries.

  3. James Dougherty

    James Dougherty

    5 일 전

    there were NO F-86 Sabre jets in Korea in 1950, the first group didn't reach there until 1951

  4. Brian O'Neil

    Brian O'Neil

    5 일 전

    Texans and Skyraiders on the screen when the narrator is talking Corsairs. Minor quibble. This war is too often overlooked.

  5. tess ninora

    tess ninora

    6 일 전

    I hate narrator

  6. Blue Days

    Blue Days

    7 일 전

    To those who contributed to the defense of South Korea Thank you for your service and dedication in the defense of South Korea. Without your service and sacrifice, it would have been impossible to protect the freedom of the country. Since the country couldn't be developed as much as it is today if it had lost its freedom, you surely contributed to the development of South Korea by protecting its freedom with your service and sacrifice.Your sacrifice for the defense of the country will be remembered forever. Thank you again. From South Korea

  7. Noddy Plod

    Noddy Plod

    7 일 전

    Bullshit

  8. Cool panda

    Cool panda

    8 일 전

    Claiming UN with a small victory at the end is a little bit shameless after 18 rich nations fighting with one of the poorest countries in the world for 3 years with the threatens of Nuk. BTW, the POW died in the Chinese camps mostly because of short of food and medicine, the reason is that US sanction on China was so hard, even Chinese soldiers had no food and no medicine. So US killed the US POWS indirectly. Beside of that, the UN POW were treated properly.

  9. reggie mercado

    reggie mercado

    11 일 전

    My great grandfather fought in this war and tells that most SK people always withdraw then the filipinos and americans continue to fight then americans left them. So filipinos fight agains thousand of chinese

    • reggie mercado

      reggie mercado

      9 일 전

      @Cory Griffiths wow fighting against japanese is hard coz they are brave, headcutter and brutal that time

    • Cory Griffiths

      Cory Griffiths

      9 일 전

      reggie mercado My Grandfather had fought in WW2 in Okinawa Japan.

  10. AhmadSyafiq1634 Apiek

    AhmadSyafiq1634 Apiek

    11 일 전

    Captain america,steve rogers. 7:50

  11. tk m

    tk m

    12 일 전

    we korean will not betray u.s. eventually. here we are, the main reason is the old americans' satisfaction.

  12. Ice man

    Ice man

    15 일 전

    US got absolutely wrecked by the Chinese 🇨🇳

    • Cory Griffiths

      Cory Griffiths

      9 일 전

      Ice man yes we did we had lost some military power after WW2 the US had cut back on its military spending.

  13. 원빈

    원빈

    15 일 전

    1950년이니 70년이란 시간이 흘렀네요.지금도 분단국가라는게 참 안타깝습니다.빨리 남북이 하나가 된 한국이 되었으면 좋겠네요

  14. 黑騎士say

    黑騎士say

    16 일 전

    The Korean War dominates the war only China and the United States

  15. SmithN' Wesson

    SmithN' Wesson

    16 일 전

    South thrived under US help while North was ruined by Russians

  16. James Y

    James Y

    16 일 전

    Based on my knowledge, soldiers from USA(Marines), Canada, Turkey, Philippines, and Republic of Korea were most brave and killed most Chinese. Bravo!

    • Ice man

      Ice man

      15 일 전

      James Y Chinese were the bravest

  17. Lord Azreal Lais

    Lord Azreal Lais

    18 일 전

    Next stop.... nam

  18. Jimin and Taehyung Vmin

    Jimin and Taehyung Vmin

    19 일 전

    I LOVE KOREANS LIKE KPOPS

  19. Rocky Road

    Rocky Road

    19 일 전

    This began the economy of war. When the politician all got together and crunched the numbers. Money money money money.

  20. Subjective

    Subjective

    19 일 전

    Dam the North Koreans kept fighting till the end, brave af

  21. Siu Wan Tsai

    Siu Wan Tsai

    20 일 전

    It is a stupid war!

    • Cory Griffiths

      Cory Griffiths

      9 일 전

      Siu Wan Tsai I agree I didn’t understand the purpose of it the US just divided Korea and made it worse.

  22. William Godwin

    William Godwin

    21 일 전

    Of course there are white people on a video called the KOREAN war (of course there weren't only koreans fighting in the war, but like America always does, it makes everything about them

  23. Tonic Tosser2001

    Tonic Tosser2001

    22 일 전

    1:07:31

    • Tonic Tosser2001

      Tonic Tosser2001

      22 일 전

      16:29

  24. Kevin kennedy Casanova

    Kevin kennedy Casanova

    22 일 전

    The jets that the USA and the Soviet Union used where a copy of Nazi Germany airplanes and jets fighters

    • Veysel Zernov

      Veysel Zernov

      19 일 전

      Me 262's...

  25. Don

    Don

    23 일 전

    Now South Korea is a military powerhouse and even exports its own submarines. Unreal.

  26. Mrjedi Master

    Mrjedi Master

    24 일 전

    It's so funny that they have to get closer and shot them directly to head. What happens if you do the Storm trooper training 😂

  27. Mister Privacy

    Mister Privacy

    26 일 전

    Puppets in the North and Princeton Educated in the South. He could never be a puppet in the South. LoL

    • Ice man

      Ice man

      15 일 전

      Puppet of the USA

    • Mister Privacy

      Mister Privacy

      24 일 전

      @ALI RAJ its our media in the west cant tell the truth even if their pants caught on fire

    • ALI RAJ

      ALI RAJ

      24 일 전

      South Koreans and their "American military advisers" were caught off guard! This video is so one sided lol

  28. MeL

    MeL

    26 일 전

    Now I have a slight understanding Grandpa I'm sorry.....& im still searching,I'm sorry for you your brothers in arms and them.... so sad... He made it home but sadly I never got to meet him, got to know him but cards and letters though, he was laid to rest with full honors.... served in WW2 Cpl Emil Stavano also Korea 1950-1953 I watch to find an understanding of why grandmother says he changed.... they didn't have an understanding to ptsd then I guess....just watching is a lot to take in so I can't imagine.....RIP Grandpa I love you and thanks to ALL who served with him.

  29. Enzo Prosciutto

    Enzo Prosciutto

    27 일 전

    Its funny how we were told that we have to defeat the Germans to get rid of the evil and bring peace to the world. But then five years after the Germans were defeated, another war started and almost caused ww3. It makes you wonder if the Germans where the ones trying to defeat the evil in this world?

    • Cory Griffiths

      Cory Griffiths

      9 일 전

      Stalin was the real evil.

    • Ice man

      Ice man

      15 일 전

      Enzo Prosciutto Lol bullshit the evil is western imperialism

  30. Celso Gozar

    Celso Gozar

    28 일 전

    Give me ten thousand Filipino people and i will conquer the world - Douglas Mc Arthur

  31. Josh

    Josh

    28 일 전

    Go new zealand army 😁

  32. Ito Emi

    Ito Emi

    28 일 전

    Maybe some of those soldiers was also fought in WW2 , its only 5 yrs after the WW2 , and those bravest soldiers from Philippines 🇵🇭 also fought in WW2 ! I love my country and I love to be a Filipino! Lol u r a one sided american narrator , u never mentioned the countries who joined the fight ! 👎

  33. William Copeland

    William Copeland

    29 일 전

    The narrator is too young.

  34. JohnnyRebKy

    JohnnyRebKy

    29 일 전

    I had 2 uncles in the Korean War. One of them came home and never left the county he lived in until the day he died. I guess he was so traumatized that if he ever made it home he swore he would never leave . That’s exactly what he did. He never drove beyond the county line his entire life after

  35. Kyle Mathews

    Kyle Mathews

    29 일 전

    Damn these muthafuckas hard as fuk boi, I wish I had similar sized balls

  36. KayaMoTo TV

    KayaMoTo TV

    29 일 전

    The documentary should have accounted the contributions of each country and mention the Country contributions and missions in honor of their HEROES ( dead or alive). all i heared was US and S Korean's ? What about the other countries?

  37. KayaMoTo TV

    KayaMoTo TV

    29 일 전

    The narrator already said from the start that the USA depriving S korea of TRUE DEMOCRACY cause N Korea to take advantage of S KOREA'S lack of weapons to defend himself. US after realizing they cant win the WAR then they ask help from other nations, then after the WAR the heroes are Americans???? Hahha. VERY UNFAIR DOCUMENTARY. Only made for the indulgence of the US Regards, A FILIPINO

  38. COMMIE CHINESE'S DO ORGANS HAVESTING

    COMMIE CHINESE'S DO ORGANS HAVESTING

    개월 전

    GENERAL MCARTHUR WAS RIGHT, THE UN SHOULD HAVE FINISHED THE WAR WITH 50 NUKES !!!

  39. Marilou Sacan

    Marilou Sacan

    개월 전

    Dont forget the fighting filipinos who stood their ground in yultong

  40. Baloo Bruner

    Baloo Bruner

    개월 전

    19:18 is that mrcreepypasta?

  41. Escuadrón Hechizo

    Escuadrón Hechizo

    개월 전

    Recuerden la 65 infantería

  42. Ибрагим Иванов

    Ибрагим Иванов

    개월 전

    So the Korean war was the communist fault, since they started it. I am not surprised.

    • Ice man

      Ice man

      15 일 전

      Ибрагим Иванов That’s so wrong

  43. Rex fromMN

    Rex fromMN

    개월 전

    We need to recognize the United States Army wasn't ready for the Korean War on June 25,1950. The budget for the Army had been cut to the bone. General MacArthur had to set up Operation Rollup. Army salvage teams gathered all the old WW2 abandoned military equipment and supplies from island battlefields. The abandoned weapons, vehicles, tanks and infantry equipment were rounded up, transported to Japan for salvage. These vehicles and equipment were stripped down at depots, put into industrial solvent, cleaned of rust and debris and rebuilt into usable wapons.Their engines and drive trains were stripped down, rebuilt and refurbished into new usable equipment or cannibalized for spare parts to make one new piece of usable equipment. The Korean War would have been lost had Operation Rollup not been completed before the Korean war. Japanese workers and managers were trained in American industrial know how too. Much of this 8th Army depot work was accelerated with the Korean war. This factor played a major role in the rapid Japanese economic growth of the 1960's. Much WW2 Japanese military equipment should have also been gathered up, put into depots and refurbished for postwar Lend Lease military aid. The Americans stupidly dropped Japanese military equipment and weapons into the ocean. This older Japanese military equipment would have been useful for training, internal security, or even frontline service with supplements of American military equipment to fill in the gaps. All militaries have second echelon troops in the service components who just need something to shoot at the enemy in case of emergency. Older refurbished weapons used by second echelon service, artillery, and other rear area troops free up industrial capacity. This allows the frontline infantry to be supplied with the most modern weapons. Remember, American allies in the Dutch East Indies, the British in Malaya, the French in Indochina and Nationalist China all needed weapons on top of the American commitments to NATO Europe, Greece, and Turkey. South Korea was added to this long list at the weapons supper table after the Korean war started. The United States didn't have enough military weapons to go around for all these hungry customers. Our depots were swamped with work for NATO BEFORE the Korean War started. Certain people ridicule Japanese WW2 era tanks and infantry equipment calling them obsolete. Such people lack the strategic creativity and the imagination to understand the crucial need do the very best with what weapons you have at all times in this world. Frequently, older refurbished military weapons and equipment only needs supplements of modern weapons, like submachine guns and bazookas, to still be useful military weapons. We can't always have all our military wants and needs immediately met with the most modern equipment, if war suddenly comes upon us. We have to remember all the hungry customers at the weapons dinner table when "unexpected war" suddenly breaks out. Everyone wants infantry weapons, ammo and guns yesterday when war breaks out. So the wisdom of depot refurbishment of older weapons is an economical strategy and profoundly wise action to take to counteract "the hungry customers at the weapons table" dilemma. This cost effective weapons depot refurbishment can be accomplished for the cost of labor and fixed facility costs. So it is a dirt cheap solution for national defense needs. However, with some refurbishing, a potent array of Japanese WW2 military equipment could have been kept in storage for wartime reserve. Japanese WW2 tanks, such as the Type 95, could have been refurbished, had their turrets removed, to become recoilless rifle gun carriers or used as mortar carriers or armed with several .50 machine guns in a new turret for the heavy weapons company of a South Korean Army battalion. The type 95 turrets could have been placed on top of buried concrete bunkers as fixed above ground rotating turrets to cover important bridges or other positions where bunkers are necessary. These types of dug in tank turret bunkers can cover such areas as the main approaches to arterial roads or highways. Japanese Type 97 tanks could have been refurbished, with the help of Mitsubishi industries, into armored gun carriers with American 75mm , 76mm or 90mm guns or recoilless rifles and made into potent infantry support weapons. Japanese 50mm mortars were excellent to use in infantry companies. The Japanese Type 92 70mm infantry gun was an excellent light support gun for use at battalion level. This excellent type 92 70mm gun could have been mounted on a turretless tank or used as a self propelled gun system from a Japanese light Type 95 tank. Japanese mortars were also of high quality. Even older Japanese tanks could have been refurbished, modernized, had increased welded armor and fitted with American guns. These refurbished Japanese tanks could have been dug into revetments and used as fixed or moveable pillboxes with modern recoilless guns for infantry field fortifications. So the point here is the American people NEVER want to spend extra money on defense during peacetime. One way to couteract this chronic problem is to make the hoarding of any and all military equipment for depot refurbishment after war a codified national policy. You want to hoard all the weapons you can lay your hands on at the end of a war for depot refurbishement because it makes infinite sense in strategic economic terms. These refurbished older weapons can sit in cosmoline for decades in a warehouse. It is far better to have ample supplies of older refurbished weapons in case of a sudden war than to NOT have enough of either older or new weapons when the enemy is advancing into your country. Just think what three or four hundred refurbished Type 97 Japanese tanks with modern American guns on them could have done on June 25, 1950 for the South Korean Army? The Americans could have done something like this Japanese weapons refurbishment policy easily at very economical cost. It could have been done as an insurance policy on the cheap. The Japanese industry could have kept making ammunition supplies too. We could have trained the South Korean Army better with advisers and trainers but given them mostly refurbished Japanese equipment. We especially wanted to create a South Korean militia/reserve system. North Korean casualties would have been far higher from the first day of the war against a ROK militia/reserve system with lots of refurbished Japanese weapons. These ROK militia companies would need ample supplements of American submachine guns, light machineguns, and 3.5 inch bazooka weapons in the headquarters platoons in every ROK militia company. These ROK militias firing at the North Koreans from every village and city block would have been possible with a rapid call up militia/reserve system. I am assuming adequate infantry training of course for this South Korean militia/reserve system. Such a South Korean militia/reserve system with refurbished Japanese weapons might have been able to turn Seoul into a "Stalingrad meatgrinder" kind of battle of atrition for the North Korean invaders. Chinese Communists Armies and the North Korean Army used all kinds of Japanese weapons to supplement their Soviet weapons. The Japanese Type 92 70mm infantry gun and other artillery pieces were used by communist militaries in the French Indochina wars too. So the Americans throwing Japanese weapons into the ocean in 1945 was a STUPID BLUNDER. The Japanese could have also started making newer modern designs of weapons too with American techncial help for Cold War Lend Lease military aid. yellowlegs-and-others.com/Events/Operation_Rebuild.html vlib.iue.it/carrie/texts/carrie_books/hermansen/3.html

    • Kyle Mathews

      Kyle Mathews

      29 일 전

      Yeah we should save all the weapons for when the zombie outbreak arrives

  44. Nick Tombs

    Nick Tombs

    개월 전

    Truman sacked McArthur because he wanted to use tactical nuclear weapons against the Chinese.

  45. ixzwn

    ixzwn

    개월 전

    anyone else's grandparents fought in this war ?

    • ixzwn

      ixzwn

      25 일 전

      Back Achers Homestead my grandfather fought as well. hope 2020 is amazing for you ❤️

    • Back Achers Homestead

      Back Achers Homestead

      25 일 전

      My Grandfather, Eugene Pritchett was there.

  46. aa bb

    aa bb

    개월 전

    美国打不过中国

  47. aa bb

    aa bb

    개월 전

    America lost

    • Cory Griffiths

      Cory Griffiths

      9 일 전

      aa bb to the Koreans no to the Chinese yes.

  48. Joseph Zao

    Joseph Zao

    개월 전

    Chesty Puller is buried in Hell. Love or money is not getting him out. Any doubts?

  49. 16 JJ

    16 JJ

    개월 전

    Korea has been the only international war in which Colombia fought, and was also the only Latin American country to participate in the war. More than 5000 brave young men, many of them didn't even know where the hell was Korea, fought and gave their blood. Proud of my countrymen 🇨🇴🇨🇴🇨🇴

    • Canon D

      Canon D

      개월 전

      I thank your countrymen for your service. From a South Korean

  50. Jonathan Reiland

    Jonathan Reiland

    개월 전

    The soyboy narrator really grates my ears but otherwise great documentary.

  51. War Mysteries

    War Mysteries

    개월 전

    The Korean War is something we are hoping to touch on this series. Stories of stolen F-80 Shooting Stars, F-84 Thunderjets and F-86 Sabres, fascinating.

  52. Cedie Mina

    Cedie Mina

    개월 전

    My GrandFather is a Filipino Veteran Soldier . . . of Korean War. . . He died year 2008 . Our Country that time is one of the richest country in Asia, and Korea that time is a poor country . but today's Philippines is one of the poor Country and Corrupt Country. . . while Korea specially the South is one of the Richest Country. . . today so sad. . . for my Country

  53. tian xu

    tian xu

    개월 전

    China had just driven out Japanese invaders five years ago. They felt threatened. US just underestimated China. Over five thousand years history. China just defend themselves. My dad was in Chinese peoples volunteer army. I am proud of him.

    • Laowu1898

      Laowu1898

      26 일 전

      The difference between you and your dad: your dad was brainwashed while you are brainless!

  54. hovelleo balbarino

    hovelleo balbarino

    개월 전

    You guys those are dont know the Courage's 1,400+filipino shoulder vs 40,000 Chinese shoulder during korean war,you just search "the battle of yultong"...some of the korean now is they forgot this blood sacrificing for their country....

    • Shivsngi Pndey

      Shivsngi Pndey

      개월 전

      Heyy i did watched you guys are indeed brave.

  55. Matilda K

    Matilda K

    개월 전

    Back music is not korean music. It sounds like chinese or some south asian .. difference?? of course

  56. Xiangzhi Meng

    Xiangzhi Meng

    개월 전

    I wonder what lessons both sides have learned from each other? If you call a victory no matter which side you are in, you are stupid.

  57. РусскийМедведь

    РусскийМедведь

    개월 전

    Used this video for HIS-122 research paper I chose the Korean war as my topic for (huge assignment), and got everything I could've needed. Thanks!

  58. li wang

    li wang

    개월 전

    三十年河东三十年河西

  59. OsmanOsmanHan

    OsmanOsmanHan

    개월 전

    Turkish Komando. In coming battles we will not put shame on our grandfathers. When we meet on the other side, we will not stand in shame before our grandfathers.

  60. Christopher Sica zz

    Christopher Sica zz

    개월 전

    Why didnt we all just hit China should hit them with the might of the UN to teach them a lesson

    • Wei Peng

      Wei Peng

      개월 전

      Christopher Sica zz Ur UN has already beaten by Chinese army. No one wanna send more soldiers.

    • Wei Peng

      Wei Peng

      개월 전

      This war was not supposed to happened; however, China and US were belong to different clans. SK asked helps from the US, and NS have no choice to find helps from China or Russia. To be honest, America joined in the war in order to control Eastern Asia in the future. Without NU power, nothin can defeat Chinese spirit. This is why UN cannot even dominate a mountain. 上甘岭之战 plz go and read both side history documents and films

    • Wei Peng

      Wei Peng

      개월 전

      Christopher Sica zz plz go back and read more history.

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