November 24, This day during the Korean War

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November 24, 1950 – IX Corps kept the Turkish Brigade in reserve at Kunu-ri while the 25th Division attacked toward Unsan and the 2nd Division toward Huich’on. The 35th Infantry Regiment, 25th Division, advanced up west side of the Kuryong River, made a four mile gain for the day while the 24th Infantry on the east side of the Kuryong River gained 7 miles. During this advance the 24th came across 30 American POW’s, all wounded and frostbitten, left behind by the Chinese.



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