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Private Jim Jeffery of Ashgrove, Qld, getting a cup of icy water from a snowy stream near the 1st Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment's (1RAR), camp.1st January, 1953.
I wonder if he realizes that someone upstream there behind him has pissed in or near that stream and that that melting snow is going to taste a little bit like one of his mates..........yuck!!
The dead North Korean soldier lies next to a culvert where he had been killed by members of C Company, 3rd Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment (3RAR), during the Battle of the Apple Orchard, as a US Army Sherman M4A3 medium tank rolls by. Yongju, North Korea. 22 October 1950
Australian soldiers from the 3rd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment ride on a US M4A3E8 Sherman tank through Sariwon. October 1950
Prisoners from the British 29th Infantry Brigade captured during the Third Battle of Seoul. January 1951.
Men of C Company, 2nd Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment (2RAR), at Majon'ni in the trenches of left forward Company position on The Hook after relieving 1st Battalion King's Regiment. The soldier at the back of the group has been identified as Sergeant David Candow, platoon sergeant. 1953.
Centurion tanks and infantry of the Gloucestershire Regiment advancing to attack Hill 327. March 1951.
Korean War. Kure, Japan. 15 December 1952. Sailors of HMAS ANZAC stowing aboard their Christmas cheer, beer donated by the Ballarat Brewing Company.
A member of C Company, 3rd Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment (3RAR), leans against the rear wall of a trench after the company's capture of Hill Salmon from Chinese troops. 16 April 1951.
A member of the Indian Army's Medical Unit clenches his hand in pain after his leg is almost completely blown off, 1951.
1st Battalion Middlesex Regiment troops pose with a knocked out North Korean T-34/85 in 1950
Town class light cruiser HMS Belfast alongside USS Bataan (CVL-29) while operating off the coast of Korea. 27 May 1952
A group of Chinese prisoners captured by Australians of B Company, 3 RAR, during the Battle of Kapyong. 24 April 1951.
A soldier of the 1st Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment on guard duty somewhere along the Jamestown Line. July 1952
1952. Flight Lieutenant Peter Middleton of No. 77 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force, in his Gloster Meteor Mk 8 "Snookes" is marshalled into the squadron lines on completion of a mission over North Korea.
Two Indian soldiers carrying a weeping Chinese prisoner-of-war to the exchange point in Panmunjom, North Korea, for return to the Communists after the Korean War, 5th October 1953. He was among 65 Chinese soldiers who asked to be repatriated to their homeland
An "orders group" of battalion commanders of the 27th Commonwealth Infantry Brigade in Korea on Oct 22, 1950, following the Battle of Yongju.

In the foreground, seated left and leaning forward, is Brigadier Basil Aubrey Coad. Behind them are officers of the 3rd Battalion, 187th Airborne Infantry Regiment of the US Army, who had just been extricated by the 3rd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment.
Royal Australian Air Force North American F-51D Mustang fighters from No. 77 Squadron in maintenance at Iwakuni, Japan. Between July 2, 1950 and April 6, 1951 the squadron flew 3,800 sorties before the unit converted to the Gloster Meteor F 8.

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