A memorial service has been held to remember British troops who lost their lives in the Korean War of the 1950s. The war between North and South Korea broke out in the aftermath of the Second World War - the two countries were divided by freedom and communism.
One hundred thousand British troops - many from our region - were drafted in to fight in the conflict. Now, sixty years since the bloody battle ended, the nations are still not at peace. Charlotte Wilkins report.
A service and parade has been held in London to mark the sixty years since the end of the Korean War.
Joining the veterans was former nurse Jo Groves from Hastings in East Sussex. She travelled on a boat from Southampton to Japan in the 1950s where she was stationed throughout the conflict.