November 23, This day during the Korean War

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November 23, 1950 –  Following their breaking contact with U.N. forces on November 7th, the CCF withdrew into mountains to the north but left screening forces in place to slow the advance by U.N. forces. As of November 23, the CCF XII Army Group’s six armies were positioned 10 to 15 miles north of U.N. front lines – waiting to strike.



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