Genealogy: Do you have a Relative that died in Vietnam or Korean War? Web info..

@brokentia (10396)
United States
March 30, 2007 9:11am CST
I stumbled onto this website that lists names by home state where one would be able to find the names of those that were casualties of these wars. I thought it might help some that have been working on their genealogy without having to pay the outrageous price of the websites that claim to have information on your research subject. I would love to know if this helped anyone. :) Please feel free to share if you find someone you know or are researching. I find genealogy to be a very interesting subject. We all like to know where we came from and our family's history. :) Hope this helps someone.
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@SpitFire179 (2536)
• Canada
30 Mar 07
all of my relatives got out but one, my great grandfather, my uncle was in the last war, i dont' pay attention, but it was probably the korean, and every time i brought it up when i first met him he would go into a panic attack, and since i knew them well, i stopped asking questions because panic attacks aren't nice. He broke his back in the army in the war and got shot a couple of times, i guess he was lucky to get out, but i guess only he can see it like that.
@brokentia (10396)
• United States
31 Mar 07
I understand that. My partner's father was in Vietnam...he didn't like talking about it either. He suffered from Post Trauma. But the times that he did talk about it...we listened!
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@biwasaki (1745)
• United States
11 Apr 07
Thanks for this website. I knew my grandmother's brother had been killed in the Korean War, but it was neat to go to the website and pull his name up.
@patootie (3593)
10 Apr 07
I had an uncle who was inolved in the Korea war .. but thankful he survived to come home again ..
@lilaclady (28238)
• Australia
30 Mar 07
I didn't know anyone in that war but I have done my family tree and I know how important this site could be to some people, how nice of you to care enough to help people, this is nice...