Royal Ulster Rifles Temporarily Halt Chinese in Korean War 1951

#OnThisDay 1951 The Royal Ulster Rifles, in their first action of the Korean war, fight & stop advancing Chinese troops (who pretended to be South Koreans) at the Battle of “Happy Valley”. That night, the RUR fought a tactical withdrawal, losing 157 men.

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