An incredible cache of photographs has emerged offering a uniquely personal insight into one soldier's experiences serving in the Korean War. The stunning, colour photos were taken by Jerry Rosenstein, while he served for the U.S. army in the four-year war.

More than six decades later, Rosenstein’s granddaughter Michaela Mellen, determined to share the snaps and set about laboriously scanning the slides. The beautiful photos provide a fascinating glimpse into soldiers’ daily lives while serving in Korea, as well as the unfamiliar country they found themselves in.

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