Military Mail: Korean War (Frame 1)
This web page, published by the Military Postal History Society, contains images of Frame 1 of the Korean War exhibit pages created by Bob Collins. They are reproduced and distributed to the public with his permission.
To view the text within these images, see: web page containing the text content of exhibit frame 1.
Introduction -- United States Military Postal Examples Shown -- Suspended Mail at War's Outset -- 1st Day of Issue - U.S. APO -- Earliest postmark APO 301 -- Earliest Known deceased casualty letter -- Pusan Perimeter Mail: Earliest Known MIA Letter -- Pusan Perimeter Mail: Earliest known WIA Letter -- Pusan Perimeter: Confusion over free franking provisions of PL 609 rule and Inchon Landings: Opening of APO 973 -- U.N. propaganda leaflet intended for North Korean refugees -- Civilian mail - no free franking and Inchon Preparations -- U.N. Counteroffensive -- U.N. Counteroffensive -- U.N. Counteroffensive -- Chinese Communist Offensive along River Yalu - U.N. rearguard -- Chinese Communist Offensive: American POWs