Richard Hart holds a pen that one of the admirals used to sign the Korean War armistice. Hart has a unique perspective on what’s happening in North Korea. He was a young army stenographer at the 1953 Panmunjom talks — the last or one of a very few who were there and are still alive.
Richard Hart holds a pen that one of the admirals used to sign the Korean War armistice. Hart has a unique perspective on what’s happening in North Korea. He was a young army stenographer at the 1953 Panmunjom talks — the last or one of a very few who were there and are still alive. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Richard Hart holds a pen that one of the admirals used to sign the Korean War armistice. Hart has a unique perspective on what’s happening in North Korea. He was a young army stenographer at the 1953 Panmunjom talks — the last or one of a very few who were there and are still alive. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

For Boisean present at armistice, North Korea’s bravado is nothing new

September 22, 2017 05:05 PM

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