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No Man’s Land: The Demilitarized Zone Between North and South Korea (Interactive Infographic)

Wednesday 12.08.2010 , Posted by
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In the ceasefire of July 27, 1953, the DMZ was created as each side agreed in the Armistice to move their troops back 2000m from the front line, creating a buffer zone 4km (2. 5 miles) wide. However, this area has not been without its share of conflict since. Here, we examine the strange border relationship between North and South Korea.

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Jason Lankow

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Jason is the co-founder of a creative agency, Column Five Media, which happens to be the parent company of the Visual News Project.

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  1. [...] In the ceasefire of July 27, 1953, the DMZ was created as each side agreed in the Armistice to move their troops back 2000m from the front line, creating a buffer zone 4km (2. 5 miles) wide. However, this area has not been without its share of conflict since. Here, we examine the strange border relationship between North and South Korea.Source:http://www.visualnews.com/2010/12/08/no-mans-land-the-demilitarized-zone-between-north-and-south-kor… [...]

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