William D. Campbell (Primary Source)
William Campbell served with the Queen’s Own Rifles Regiment in post-armistice Korea. He provides good insights into the guard and patrol duties along the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) in Korea and the unit’s actions if the armistice was broken. His stories include two good anecdotes, one about guard duty on a bridge across the Imjin River and the other about nighttime guard duty at a railway station in Seoul.
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