William Harrison, an american lieutenant general, in the capacity of the chief delega
  te of the United Nations Command, and NAM Il, a north korean army general, the h
  ead of a joint delegation of North Korean People's Army (NKPA) and China's Peop
  le's Support Army (CPSA) signed a cease-fire on July 27th, 1953. Also, Mark Clark,
the UN supreme commander & american army general, KIM Il Sung, the NKPA supreme commander, and Peng Dehuai, the
CPSA commander concluded a cease-fire agreement. Except for South Korea, the state directly involved in the Korean War,
the UN forces, the North Korean army and the Chinese army signed the cease-fire of the Clause 63, Article 5 of the armistice
agreement, and the war had stopped.
 
 
 
 
 
  This is the original of 1st and 50th minutes among several hundreds of meetings
  form July 28th, 1953. KMAC is a commission to supervise the armistice agreem
  ent concluded on July 27th, 1953.
   
 
 
 
 
 
  This is a English typewriter allegedly used by a foreign war correspondent to rep
  ort the Korean War. It is produced in the late 1940's. it is a news photo put in a
  newspaper or a magazine. There is writing in each photo. (top: Chun Cheon dur
  ing war, bottom: North Korean officials entering the meeting location of the armis
  tice agreement)
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
 
 
 
 
 
  This is a letter of James Tutino, an american soldier, who entered the Korean War
  on the UN side and was taken prisoner of Chinese communist army. He sent the letter in a North Korean prison camp to his family in Brooklyn NY USA. It is full of
  his anxiety and longing for his family starting by saying that "My loving parents
  and brother." The mark on the right side of the envelope is a trace of censorship.
Tutino had been the captive of the Red Army until he returned to America on August 13th, 1953 several weeks later from the
armistice agreement of the Korean War.
 
 
 
 
 
  This is a notice of missing person for PARK In Yong died on the battlefield in Gum
  Wha zone. Gum Wha zone is one of the geographical triangles linking Pyung Gang,
  Cheol Won, and Gim wha called iron triangles. It was a strategic location to wage
  the most fiercest battle.
 
 
 
 
 
  He was commissioned as a second lieutenant in 1946 and received the very first
  Korean military serial number, 110001. It is a war memoirs of the commander who
  defeated the North Korean army completely in fighting in Chun Cheon and Hong
  Cheon as the 7th regimental commander of the 6th infantry division, Republic of
    Korea (ROK).