If you have gained from this site then please Grave Location:No known grave. source and will open in a new window. Although hostilities ceased in 1953, there has been no formal end to the war. Date of Event:16 July 1953   Rank:Private of British Pathe films from the Korean War. Newspaper:The Times 8 December 1951 Bedford The youngest British veterans of the Korean war are now old men, a few years shy of 80. Newspaper:The Times 20 January 1951 The American Department of Defence acknowledges that almost 40,000 of its servicemen died, either in battle or of other causes. Around 2.5 million people were casualties of the violence. The Korean War ended with the Korean Armistice Agreement, which created the Korean Demilitarized Zone, separating North and South Korea. Newspaper:The Times 5 May 1951 The Database contains 4,502 records as of 19 November, 2010, and include "details of British casualties, either dead or wounded, prisoners of war … Newspaper:The Times 17 November 1951 Plot:70 although you may need a reader's ticket). Newspaper:The Times 20 January 1951 The details Attached to:Royal Ulster Rifles Korean War is often referred to as “The Forgotten War”, the Database. Force:Royal Northumberland Fusiliers Grave:7802 Service No:22447624 Understand the Korean War Casualty File In the three year Korean War, an estimated 3 million Koreans died, mostly civilian, and killed nearly 1 million Chinese troops. 100,000 British service personnel were involved in the Korean War with over 1,000 killed.  The Times 13 October 1951 been included as they have been found. Name:AITKEN, J Plot:23 Name:ADDISON, James Wilson     The first was the 'Forward Element' which was grouped with 27 British Brigade and the "Administrative Element" located at Daegu to assist the Korean Army Hospital and also treat civilians. Force:Royal Leicestershire Regiment   Newspaper:The Times 8 December 1951 The details were reported in the Times newspaper. British casualties were It was this "Forward Element" which was in the thick of action including a major airlift called "Op Tomahawk" with the 8th US Army in March 1953 in the area of Munsan. Bedford This section contains a searchable database from 1950-1953 of British Servicemen who were classed as casulaties during the Korean War 1951-1953. Comments:Missing during Royal Marines operations 29 November 1950 at Chosin Reservoir. Newspaper:The Times 26 January 1952 Force:Royal Ulster Rifles Event:Wounded 11 September, 2020, Search The database, wherever possible. Korean War was the military test of the United Nations and also will never be known. Commemorated on UN Wall of Remembrance, Pusan, Korea. war memorials and local newspapers and other written sources have of British Pathe films from the Korean War. Thank you. Name:ADAMS, S Other details drawn from Event:Prisoner of war The details are drawn Comments:Reported missing in action then as a prisoner of war let us know if you have facts we have wrong or not available. Event:Prisoner of War Newspaper:The Times 8 December 1950 consider making a donation through PayPal by clicking on the donation Age:22 The American Name:AHERN, Gerald Discover more about the Korean War British casualties 100,000 British service personnel were involved in the Korean War with over 1,000 killed. Date of Event:25 April 1951 Awards:Military Cross (M.C.) The National Archives and Records Administration prepared these state level casualty lists by creating extracts from the Korean War Extract Data File and the Vietnam Conflict Extract Data File, both as of April 29, 2008, of the Defense Casualty Analysis System (DCAS) Files, part of Record Group 330: Records of the Office of the Secretary of Defense. individuals. This site is dedicated to those men and women who fell fighting for their country. Event:Wounded Newspaper:The Times 21 July 1952 Service No:CH/X 5110 1950-1953 Prisoners of War The British Army by Peter Gaston. Thank you. Age:23 These records cover the 4,502 service personnel who were killed or injured between 1950 and 1953. Rank:Private If   Korean War Casualty Summary ( U.S. MILITARY PERSONNEL WHO DIED FROM HOSTILE ACTION, 1950-1957 ) Country Dead Wounded MIA Captured Total S Korea 227,800 717,100 43,500 ?   The details were reported in the Times newspaper. Name:AIREY, M They investigate historical casework relating to human remains of British casualties who died in battlefields across the world from World War I to the Korean War. Name:ADAMS-ACTON, Leo Samuel button. here is a Collection Event:Missing Event:Missing presumed killed, executed while trying to escape from a PoW Camp (taken prisoner 25 April 1951) MK42 7NT, Click Grave Location:UN Memorial Cemetery, Tanggok, Pusan, Korea Adam Cathcart June 1, 2017 July 16, 2018 Alexander Wilson Korean War, Australian War Memorial Korean War papers, British troops in North Korea, civilian casualties in Korean War, documenting war crimes, Gordon James, , , Force:Royal Ulster Rifles More than 100 million people from over 30 nations participated in the war. Rank:Fusilier Grave Location:UN Memorial Cemetery, Tanggok, Pusan, Korea Force:Royal Northumberland Fusiliers site is maintained solely by volunteers and is funded by them as private Edwards Date of Birth:29 December 1929 Event:Missing Grave Location:No known grave. Attached to:King's Own Scottish Borderers Comments:Listed as missing then as prisoner of war In total, 1139 British personnel, 516 Canadians, 340 Australians, 35 South Africans and 33 New … 4490 Matches Found (displaying 1 to 25) Rank:Private Service No:407730 The team is responsible for all services (Navy, Army and RAF) and Rank:Private Force:Royal Northumberland Fusiliers British casualties were 1,078 killed in action, 2,674 wounded and 1,060 missing or taken prisoner. Newspaper:The Times 22 December 1951 Adams-Acton MC, The Royal Northumberland Fusiliers, seconded Special Air Service 1951.   Force:Royal Marines Date of Event:23 August 1950 The casualty figures below represent only military casualties, and does not include Force:Royal Leicestershire Regiment   This includes the purchase of photographs, books, rolls of The US lost almost 34,000 service members and more than 105,000 were wounded. you would like to donate but not on-line then cheques can be made payable Rank:Fusilier button. Name:ADAMS, Cyril Name:ADLEM, A or A R Korean War: Note: gives Dead as 33,746 and Wounded as 103, 284 and MIA as 8,177. Name:AGNEW, T War Graves) and lists published by The Times newspaper The war resulted in approximately 2.9 million total casualties. The North Koreans lost about 215,000 killed, 303,000 wounded and Newspaper:The Times 23 May 1953 Force:King's Own Scottish Borderers Event:Wounded Korean War - Korean War - Battling over POWs: As another bitterly cold Korean winter congealed operations on the ground, repatriation of prisoners of war (POWs) became the most intractable issue at P’anmunjŏm. Rank:Leading Stoker Mechanic Thus far, the British had been only bit players in a much larger drama, but the war was about to enter Act II. Grave Location:No known grave. true casualty figures for the North and South Koreans and Chinese Rank:Sapper A woman and child wander among debris in … prisoner. Date of Event:20 November 1951 over 101,000 captured or missing. from the war graves in Korea (originally Korean War Graves Database Name:AHERN, Henry Alexander Force:King's Own Scottish Borderers Force:Royal Armoured Corps Newspaper:The Times 20 February 1951 invaluable source of information is the Veterans Force:Welch Regiment War -British Casualties Search page. let us know if you have facts we have wrong or not available.  The Times 13 October 1951 Rank:Lance Corporal Date of Birth:1 May 1918 While the U.N. invasion at Inchon was turning the flank of the North Korean People’s Army (NKPA), on September 16 Service No:417418 the last martial adventure of the old Commonwealth. Rank:Marine Force:Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise's) Newspaper:The Times 3 May 1951 Rank:Corporal   Korean War Honor Roll (American Battle Monuments Commission) State-Level Fatal Casualty Lists from the Korean Conflict (1951-57) Records of U.S. Military Casualties, Missing in Action, and Prisoners of War from the Era of Service No:KX 736603 anomalies, that entries have not been duplicate or that the information Rank:Rifleman British Commonwealth Forces Korea (BCFK) was the formal name of the British Commonwealth army, naval and air units serving with the United Nations (UN) in the Korean War.BCFK included Australian, British, Canadian, Indian, and New Zealand units. Name:ADAIR, R A you would like to donate but not on-line then cheques can be made payable Newspaper:The Times 2 May 1951   Rank:Lance Corporal Event:Missing presumed killed in action This Many have made the pilgrimage back to South Korea , where they are treated as national heroes. Name:ADAMSON, J D Newspaper:The Times 29 October 1951  The Times 6 October 1951 Database) and lists published by The Times newspaper World War II was a war that spanned from 1939 to 1945. At least 2.5 million people lost their lives in the fighting, which ended in July 1953 with Korea still divided … 88 Laurel Walk Battalion:41 Independent Commando Name:AKID, E War -British Casualties, Veterans MK42 7NT. The losses experienced by Britain (1,078) and the United States (37,000) are dwarfed by China's and North Korea's military fatalities, which number perhaps 1.5 … Name:ABLETT, C R to, and sent to: Martin Event:Wounded Newspaper:The Times 4 May 1951 However, both the government claimed to be the legitimate Kor… within the database, wherever possible. Service No:7890600 This does not mean that Commemorated on UN Wall of Remembrance, Pusan, Korea. Name:ADAMS, J site is maintained solely by volunteers and is funded by them as private Event:Missing, Prisoner of War Date of Birth:19 October 1929 during the war (this is accessible on-line through most UK libraries here is 100% accurate, please have been collated into a single, searchable entries, within the Complete: 100%Content Source The National Archives Published on Fold3 21 Dec 2012 Last Updated 21 Dec 2012 Description Records on U.S. Army officers and soldiers killed or Age:33 make this site free to all. Comments:Died during the Battle of Seoul 2nd-4th January 1951 Comments:Listed as missing then as prisoner of war In 1945, the country was liberated by the Soviet Union from the Japanese rule as a result of the agreement with the United States. Rank:Corporal Force:Royal Norfolk Regiment As a result of the Cold War between the Soviet Union and the United States, Korea was split into two with separate governments in 1949. Kempston Grave Location:UN Memorial Cemetery, Tanggok, Pusan, Korea sites that may aid you: Britain's Appears on the Bickleigh Parish Church Memorial Plaque [Devon] Also from Korea 1950-1953 88 Laurel Walk Place of Birth:Glasgow, Lanarkshire Rank:2nd Lieutenant Rank:Corporal Place of Birth:Swansea Please Memorial at Alnwick Castle, Northumberland - "In proud memory of the gallantry of Lieutenant L.S. Tse-tung's son) and 486,000 wounded, with over 21,000 captured.     Nearly 60,000 British combat troops saw action during the war in Korea, they came from both the regular army and national servicemen. The Korean War was the military test of the United Nations and also the last martial adventure of the old Commonwealth. Rank:Private This does not mean that there are not Appears on the Bickleigh Parish Church Memorial Plaque [Devon], Korean These records cover the 4,502 service personnel who were killed or injured between 1950 and 1953. Archives - Korea, Another units. The Korean War impacted considerably on the civilian population. Also from Korea here to return to Korean Comments:Reported missing in action then as a prisoner of war The Chinese are estimated Event:Wounded This   honour plus the running costs of the site. The Missing in action 20th January 1951 (Times), prisoner of war 25th August 1951 (Times) and died as Prisoner of War. Event:Wounded Other details drawn from war memorials and local newspapers and We have always intended to   individuals. On June 25, 2020, the world will observe the 70th anniversary of the outbreak of the Korean War.   database contains details of British casualties, either dead or Name:ADAIR, William Kempston Battalion:HMS Comus other written sources have been included as they have been found. here to return to Roll of Honour Database page, Collection Force:Royal Ulster Rifles The lack of clear superiority of any of the   Rank:Captain The details have been collated into a single, searchable entries, Missing, presumed killed after his escape from POW Camp in North Korea 1953. Korean War, conflict (1950–53) between North Korea, aided by China, and South Korea, aided by the UN with the U.S. as principal participant. It is estimated that some 46,000 South Korean Database   Newspaper:The Times 31 May 1952 Force:Gloucestershire Regiment Newspaper:The Times 3 May 1951 Grave Location:No known grave. For example, more than 80% of the losses of the US army had on the army. database contains details of British casualties, either dead or Age:21 Date of Birth:8 August 1929 Name:AICKEN, A As of June 2018 total of US World War II casualties listed as MIA is 72,823. Korea left a light footprint on Umatilla County; casualties were few and make this site free to all. If Event:Prisoner of war UK Roll of Honour Search, Died during the Battle of Seoul 2nd-4th January 1951.   Grave:1626 soldiers were killed and over 100,000 wounded. The war saw heavy casualties, 1,100 British soldiers were killed and 37,000 Americans lost their lives. Date of Birth:8 February 1927 Rank:Private Battalion:8th King's Royal Irish Hussars Korean casualties were much higher. Feature the Korean war was a clash of large groups in a limited space, which resulted in numerous casualties. Force:Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) Age:31 or that the information here is 100% accurate, please Grave:1665 Rank:Private Missing, presumed killed after his escape from POW Camp in North Korea 1953.In memory of Lt. Leo Samuel Adams-Acton, MC attached to the American Special Forces. Event:Wounded Prisoners of War The British Army by Peter Gaston. The details are drawn   Name:AFFENTRANGER, Peter Joseph The Korean War, which spanned the years 1950 to 1953, claimed millions of lives, involved over a dozen nations, and nearly led to a Third World War. Edwards Name:AIKMAN, W H Click although you may need a reader's ticket). This is an external Rank:Rifleman Korea was under the rule of the Japanese Empire between the year 1910 and the end of World War II. The He was executed by Communist Troops while trying to escape as a Prisoner of War." You Searched For: now included in Veterans Rank:Rifleman Commemorated on UN Wall of Remembrance, Pusan, Korea. Event:Missing presumed killed  Wellingborough, Northamptonshire Age:23 Name:ALBERTS, P Name:ADAMS, B Department of Defence acknowledges that almost 40,000 of its servicemen Adams-Acton MC, The Royal Northumberland Fusiliers, seconded Special Air Service 1951. Force:Wiltshire Regiment (Duke of Edinburgh's) wounded, prisoners of war and VC winners. Memorial:Warboys, Huntingdonshire This article will summarise the role played by British and Commonwealth ground troops during the Korean War, and their counterparts involved in the war at sea and in the air. These records cover the 4,502 service personnel who were killed or injured between 1950 and 1953. This link leads to their database for the fallen in the Korea War. Rank:Lieutenant “If the best minds in the world had set out to find us the worst possible location in the world to fight this damnable war,” U.S. Secretary of State Dean Acheson (1893-1971) once said, “the unanimous choice would have been Korea.” The peninsula had landed in America’s lap almost by accident. Event:Killed in action Since the beginning of the 20th century, Korea had been a part of the Japanese empire, and after World War II it fell to the Americans and the So… This Service No:7013974   The Soviet Union settled in the North while the United States settled in the South of Korea. He was executed by Communist Troops while trying to escape as a Prisoner of War.". Event:Died from the war graves in Korea (see Korean Commemorated on UN Wall of Remembrance, Pusan, Korea. Newspaper:The Times 28 April 1951, In memory of Lt. Leo Samuel Adams-Acton, MC attached to the American Special Forces. Name:ACKROYD, D  The Times 8 March 1952 Rank:Trooper Newspaper:The Times 17 November 1951 Newspaper:The Times 8 December 1951 Force:Royal Regiment of Artillery Date of Birth:8 January 1932   contains 4,489 records - Date of Event:10 January 1952 Event:Wounded Event:Prisoner of war Small Wars - Korea, National Row:7 Name:AITKEN, H Row:6 UK Roll of Honour Search. Comments:Reported missing then prisoner of war   Reported missing in action then as a prisoner of war, Listed as missing then as prisoner of war, Missing during Royal Marines operations 29 November 1950 at Chosin Reservoir. note that links will open in a new window. Date of Birth:3 March 1919 Plot:23  The Times 6 October 1951 Event:Wounded Row:10 to, and sent to: Martin there are not anomalies, that entries have not been duplicate Date of Event:2 July 1951 Comments:Memorial at Alnwick Castle, Northumberland - "In proud memory of the gallantry of Lieutenant L.S. Date of Event:30 April 1951 Event:Prisoner of War 1,078 killed in action, 2,674 wounded and 1,060 missing or taken Attached to:American Special Forces  The Times 29 September 1951 Force:Royal Navy Name:ABBOTT, P E died, either in battle or of other causes. Newspaper:The Times 20 January 1951 Event:Died as Prisoner of War   Force:Royal Ulster Rifles Newspaper:The Times 9 June 1951 during the war (this is accessible on-line through most UK libraries United Kingdom casualties of war lists deaths of British armed forces and British citizens … Event:Killed in action Force:Royal Leicestershire Regiment Read CNN's Fast Facts about the Korean War. Rank:Lance Corporal consider making a donation through PayPal by clicking on the donation This After WW2 it was decided to split Korea, which had been annexed by Japan in 1910, into two. Date of Event:3 January 1951 Event:Missing Other The Korean War was among the most destructive conflicts of the modern era, with approximately 3 million war fatalities and a larger proportional civilian death toll than World War II or the Vietnam War. honour plus the running costs of the site. This includes the purchase of photographs, books, rolls of We have always intended to  The Times 25 August 1951 Name:AITCHINSON, J C Newspaper:The Times 20 January 1951 by the Pentagon as having lost over 400,000 killed (including Mao Force:Corps of Royal Engineers Age:19 The Korean War saw the largest commitment of British and Commonwealth troops since the end of the Second World War and the highest number of casualties. Total British casualties have been officially determined as 1,078 dead and 2,674 wounded. 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