November 25, This day during the Korean War

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November 25, 1950 – Chongju, against expectations this would be a main point or resistance, was empty when 21st Infantry troops entered the city. Meanwhile the 19th Infantry moved to Napch’oongjong eight miles behind the 21st Infantry. In the T’aech’on area the ROK 1st Division ran into heavy resistance as they tried to capture the town. A fierce CCF counterattack drove them back two miles so they ended the day still 3 miles short of the town.



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