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Around Daejeon — April 3, 2012

Out and about with my camera, looking to document the life I see every day when I am walking to and from school. These toy capsule machines are located outside a small mom and pop shop not far from Daejeon Train Station. The shop has been closed for some time. Doesn’t look like these machines […]

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Hoengsong and “Massacre Valley” — February 12, 1951

I first learned about Hoengsong and “Massacre Valley” when I read Stanley Sandler’s Korean War history, No Victors, No Vanquished in 2000, but it wasn’t until May 2001, when I had the chance to sit down with Oscar Cortez, when I learned more about “Massacre Valley” and what happened to elements of the 2nd Infantry […]

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