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Japanese flag being lowered during the surrender ceremony at the General Government Building, Seoul, Korea, 9 Sep 1945Japanese Surrender ceremonies at the Government Building, Seoul, Korea, 9 Sep 1945. The Japanese delegation is on the right side of the table and the US representatives are on the left.
Japanese flag being lowered during the surrender ceremony at the General Government Building, Seoul, Korea, 9 Sep 1945Japanese Surrender ceremonies at the Government Building, Seoul, Korea, 9 Sep 1945. The Japanese delegation is on the right side of the table and the US representatives are on the left.
Thomas Kinkaid and John Hodge accepted Japanese surrender in the General Government Building in Seoul, Korea, 9 Sep 1945US flag being raised during the surrender ceremony at the General Government Building, Seoul, Korea, 9 Sep 1945
Thomas Kinkaid and John Hodge accepted Japanese surrender in the General Government Building in Seoul, Korea, 9 Sep 1945US flag being raised during the surrender ceremony at the General Government Building, Seoul, Korea, 9 Sep 1945
Ki-51 aircraft at Gimpo Airfield, Seoul, Korea, 20 Oct 1945Korean Provisional President Kim Gu with other officials at a sporting event, Seoul, Korea, 19 Dec 1945
Ki-51 aircraft at Gimpo Airfield, Seoul, Korea, 20 Oct 1945Korean Provisional President Kim Gu with other officials at a sporting event, Seoul, Korea, 19 Dec 1945
Rhee Syngman and Kim Gu, Deoksoo-gung palace, Seoul, Korea, 1946General Government Building, Seoul, Korea, circa May 1946
Rhee Syngman and Kim Gu, Deoksoo-gung palace, Seoul, Korea, 1946General Government Building, Seoul, Korea, circa May 1946
Kim Gu, Ji Cheong-cheon, Kim Yu-sik, Rhee Syngman, and Fraziska Donner at Gimpo Airport, Korea, 22 Apr 1947Korean military policemen with captured Japanese Type 92 machine gun, Seoul, Korea, late 1940s
Kim Gu, Ji Cheong-cheon, Kim Yu-sik, Rhee Syngman, and Fraziska Donner at Gimpo Airport, Korea, 22 Apr 1947Korean military policemen with captured Japanese Type 92 machine gun, Seoul, Korea, late 1940s
Kim GuMarine Col Chesty Puller (standing) visited by Army General Douglas MacArthur (seated) as Puller pushed toward Seoul, South Korea, Sep 20 1950. Driving is Army MGen Ned Almond and in the rear are Marine Generals MGen OP Smith & LGen Lem Shepherd.
Kim Gu's funeral ceremony, Seoul, Korea, 5 Jul 1949Marine Col Chesty Puller (standing) visited by Army General Douglas MacArthur (seated) as Puller pushed toward Seoul, South Korea, Sep 20 1950. Driving is Army MGen Ned Almond and in the rear are Marine Generals MGen OP Smith & LGen Lem Shepherd.
US Marine Colonel Chesty Puller (left) speaks with Assistant Division Commander Brigadier General Edward Craig overlooking Seoul, South Korea, 25 Sep 1950, photo 1 of 2US Marine Colonel Chesty Puller (left) speaks with Assistant Division Commander Brigadier General Edward Craig overlooking Seoul, South Korea, 25 Sep 1950, photo 2 of 2
US Marine Colonel Chesty Puller (left) speaks with Assistant Division Commander Brigadier General Edward Craig overlooking Seoul, South Korea, 25 Sep 1950, photo 1 of 2US Marine Colonel Chesty Puller (left) speaks with Assistant Division Commander Brigadier General Edward Craig overlooking Seoul, South Korea, 25 Sep 1950, photo 2 of 2
Ceremony marking the return of Seoul to Republic of Korea control, General Government Building, Seoul, Korea, 29 Sep 1950, photo 1 of 3Ceremony marking the return of Seoul to Republic of Korea control, General Government Building, Seoul, Korea, 29 Sep 1950, photo 2 of 3
Ceremony marking the return of Seoul to Republic of Korea control, General Government Building, Seoul, Korea, 29 Sep 1950, photo 1 of 3Ceremony marking the return of Seoul to Republic of Korea control, General Government Building, Seoul, Korea, 29 Sep 1950, photo 2 of 3
Ceremony marking the return of Seoul to Republic of Korea control, General Government Building, Seoul, Korea, 29 Sep 1950, photo 3 of 3Marine Commandant Clifton Cates (left) receives the first flag flown over the recaptured Seoul, South Korea from 1st Marine Commander Col Chesty Puller, Oct 3 1950.
Ceremony marking the return of Seoul to Republic of Korea control, General Government Building, Seoul, Korea, 29 Sep 1950, photo 3 of 3Marine Commandant Clifton Cates (left) receives the first flag flown over the recaptured Seoul, South Korea from 1st Marine Commander Col Chesty Puller, Oct 3 1950.
Marine Col Chesty Puller commanding the 1st Marines in Korea, Nov 22, 1950.General of the Army Douglas MacArthur inspecting troops of the 24th Infantry Division at Gimpo airfield near Seoul, Korea, 21 Feb 1951
Marine Col Chesty Puller commanding the 1st Marines in Korea, Nov 22, 1950.General of the Army Douglas MacArthur inspecting troops of the 24th Infantry Division at Gimpo airfield near Seoul, Korea, 21 Feb 1951

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