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The BARDEUM Mobile App combines the magic of history, travel and storytelling by allowing visitors to not just see the sites, but step inside their stories. 

“A captivating profile in courage . . . absolutely riveting.”

Anthony Doerr, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of All the Light We Cannot See


"A spellbinding and moving story—one of the most harrowing accounts of war I have ever encountered.”

Douglas Preston, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Lost City of the Monkey God.

“Superb . . . There is no finer example of American fighting men at their best when the times were at their worst.”

General James N. Mattis (Ret.), U.S. Marines, former Secretary of Defense

Unforgotten is an audiovisual tour for the Korean War Memorial in Washington D.C. written by Hampton Sides

The Korean War is often said to be our “Forgotten War”. Perhaps because it was a war that never officially ended. The hostilities concluded with a fragile armistice that left the two Koreas separated by a demilitarized zone, studded with mine fields and snarled in barbed wire.

The American veterans of the Korean War bravely answered a call that came not only from their own country but from the United Nations, travelling halfway around the world to thwart a naked act of Communist aggression.

These men, known as the Silent Generation, took part in the rescue of a small vulnerable country, then returned home, resuming their lives with little fanfare.

Step inside the story of one man’s acts of heroism in one of the most ferocious battles of the War. One story, among many, that should never be forgotten. Here is Jack Chapman’s story.





New York Times bestselling Author of gripping non-fiction adventure stories.

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