Trailer for the documentary Hold at all Costs.

The Battle of OP Harry, Korea. The Story of Forgotten Soldiers, in a Forgotten Battle of a Forgotten War. By the end of the Korean War the US 3rd Infantry Division had orders to hold OP Harry at all costs -- the Chinese intended to seize it. On 10 June 1953, 3,500 Chinese assaulted that position, defended by King Company, 15th Infantry Regiment -- of about 200 US soldiers. Massive artillery fire -- 90,000 US and 30,000 Chinese shells -- decimated both sides. K Company and then reinforcing units of about a hundred -- at terrible human cost -- ejected the attackers from the trenches in close combat, with only about 20 US soldiers walking off the mountain unscathed the next morning. But the Chinese, suffering 90% loses, would return again and again for eight subsequent nights, with more then 10,000 troops, no one knows for sure. The film depicts interviews with these aging American, South Korean.

Film Info

7 min 41 sec Duration
  • Posted: January 09, 2012
  • Director: Glenn Palmedo-Smith
  • Writer: Merritt Lear
  • Studio: Independent
  • Release: May 31, 2010
  • Cast: Unknown or Not Available

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