|A boy observes the destruction while chewing something. This photo was taken in Daegu, with the exact date unknown. Photographer Jaroslav komarek worked as an intelligence officer.|
|Two men observe Chinese People's Volunteer Army who are being|
transported by rail in Manpo in North Korea. This photo was taken in 1954 by Jaromir Svamberk who worked as an interpreter.
|This photo taken in 1954 describes two North Korean and Chinese soldiers in front of a destroyed church building in Cheongjin in the North. Photographer Jaroslav Schystal was a motorcycle courier.|
|People march on the May Day parade in 1955 in Gaeseong in the North, carrying portraits of communist leaders. Photographer Jaroslav Komarek was an intelligence officer.|
|This photo taken in 1954 describes two females at the U.S. Army base in|
Incheon. Photographer Jaroslav Keil was an interpreter.
|This undated picture taken in Manpo in North Korea captures two girls looking at thethe Chinese People's Volunteer Army leaving the town. Jaromir Svamberk is the photographer, and he worked as an interpreter for the Czechoslovak contingent.|