3rd December 1950: A wounded chaplain is photographed conducting a memorial service over the snow-covered bodies of dead US Marines.
The image was taken during the Battle of Chosin Reservoir in the Korean War.
A village in a Korean valley burns on the 7th of November, 1950 as troops from C Company, 3rd Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment (3RAR) look on. They are searching for enemy soldiers.
17 000 Australians served in the Korean War between 1950 and 1953.
This photograph, dated the 1st of November, 1950, is from the US Army archives and shows an elderly woman searching through the rubble of Seoul over four months into the Korean War.
It would be more than three years between the beginning of the war and the 1953 armistice. However, Korea remains divided.
A woman displaced by the Korean War, in a photograph dated the 17th of October, 1950.
As the Korean War entered its second year, and the second Christmas of the conflict came close, the Chinese government produced Christmas-themed propaganda leaflets to be spread amongst United Nations forces.
This leaflet is from 1951. It would be another year and a half before the war ended.
Whatever the colour, race or creed,
All plain folks are brothers indeed.
Both you and we want life and peace,
If you go home, the war will cease.
Stop the War!