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A Study on the Analysis of the Korean War deads' in the North Korea Area

오홍국 1

1군사편찬연구소

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ABSTRACT

This year is propelling various memorial events of the Korean War outbreak 60th Anniversary. Among premier events, the excavation projects of the Korean War Casualties were result that dig corpse of 4,133 in the Republic of Korea (ROK) Area until last year. By the way, The analysis of data has not been arranged systematically in the North Korea Area. Some warriors recordings are very insufficient level during major engagements in the North Korea Area. The Deokcheon Battle of the 7th Division and the Yeongwon Battle of the 8th Division which heavy casualties occurred did not receive illumination focus because of their tragic defeats. Therefore, this paper referred to basic data the excavation projects of the Korean War deads at North Korea Area. That is, the 7th Division estimates from minimum 1,802 persons to the largest 2,539 persons stationing 7 places and the 8th Division estimated from minimum 2,229 persons to the largest 3,222 persons. It is period mission to accompany with our bosom collecting national capacities at visual point that meet the Korean War 60th Anniversary Year. In particular, the excavation projects of the Korean War about patriotic forefathers who died in battles in the North Korea Area is South-North common issues and periodic requests. Nevertheless, so far the excavation projects of the Korean War that was only relevant organization's concerns. Therefore, public relations pacification and sympathy formation are important so that it's event is propelled continuously. Also, overcomes long divides states of the Korea Peninsula and need by military confidence building measure for peace fixing by propelling materialistic business that enforce it's Demilitarized Zone in the North Korea Area preferentially. In the North Korea Area, it has to note that can be symbolic business that wash product of east and west cold war and mutual cooperation conclusively.

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