In 1950, North Korean Mines Wreaked Havoc on the U.S. Navy
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Sebastien Roblin

History, Asia

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Key point: North Korea may not be advanced, but it knows how to play a weak hand.

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At noon sharp on October 12, 1950, the minesweeper USS Pirate had just completed a busy but productive morning off the North Korean...

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