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Military Records: Korean War

The Kansas Historical Society holds a wealth of information about military engagements and those who participated in them. The society’s books, manuscript, and state records holdings contain documents and publications that describe Kansas soldiers and Kansas conflicts.

This finding aid lists published materials regarding Korean War soldiers that are useful for genealogical research. Please refer to the correspondence policy for information on how to request copies from published materials.

U.S. Department of Defense. U.S. Military Personnel Who died from Hostile Action in the Korean War, 1950-1953. Washington, D.C.: n.d. [Call number K/951.9/Pam. v. 1/no. 1 ]

In addition, the records of the Kansas Adjutant General’s Office, record group 34, in the State Archives holdings of the Kansas Historical Society may contain helpful information. A finding aid to these records is available in the Research Room.


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