Snapshot of several unidentified U.S. Army soldiers sitting in a foxhole at an unidentified defensive military position on a hilltop or mountaintop somewhere in Korea around 1951 or 1952 during the Korean War. One of the soldiers is seen writing on top of a crate in the foxhole. Photograph taken or collected by U.S. Army soldier Charles G. Blevins of Mouth of Wilson, Virginia, while he was serving in Korea in an artillery unit [circa 1951-1952].
From Charles G. Blevins Papers, KOR 19, Korean War Papers, Military Collection, State Archives of North Carolina, Raleigh, N.C.
Owner: State Archives of North Carolina
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