Prior to heading to Korea, Jim Grundy was an undertaker. He joined the Army Catering Corps but his specialist skills were in high demand. He has visited the U.N. Memorial Cemetery every year and taken care of the graves of the soldiers whose bodies he recovered. Jim will have the right to be buried at the cemetery.

Jim Grundy

Jim Grundy went to korea in February 1952. He was in a recovery unit and helped recover over 90 bodies of U.N. soldiers, including those from North & South Korea, the UK and the US.


Educational Resources

WW2 D-Day veterans
WW2 Convoy veterans
Our Secret WW2
The Korean War
WW1 War recordings