As North Korea marks the 60th anniversary of what is sees as its victory in the Korean War, we dug into the NBC News archive to see how the commemoration of the 1953 armistice was covered through the years.
As a cease-fire is called in the Korean War, President Eisenhower recalls Abraham Lincoln's famous words, "with malice towards none, with charity for all."
In his retirement speech, General Douglas MacArthur makes his famous pronouncement, "old soldiers never die, they just fade away."
This 1952 video shows missiles guided by radio and sent directly to their Korean targets, in a move that heralded a new era of warfare. Finally, the 1950 news report below features exclusive footage of the largest refugee camp in the peninsula, with the dire warning that it was just the beginning of a drawn-out conflict that would displace tens of thousands.
North Korea marks 60 years since Korean War with Massive Victory Day Parade