Korean War, 50 Years Later
Minister for Ethnic Affairs Hon. George Hawkins said a
documentary to be broadcast on Sky Television is an
informative way to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the
The documentary titled the Korean War, 50
years later will be broadcast on Sky Television on the
Arirang TV channel this Sunday [25 June 2000].
War is perhaps one of the least know major conflicts of the
past century," George Hawkins said.
"But the Korean
community in New Zealand will, this weekend, be reflecting
back on a part of their history that has impacted upon their
lives for the past 50 years.
"This documentary will
examine how the war began, how it ended, what has happened
on the Korean Peninsula over the past 50 years, and it
examines what international ramifications have occurred as a
consequence of the war," George Hawkins
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