Korea The Forgotten War 1950 1953
Korean War. Many wrote of their firsthand experiences during the war; some wanted to remember loved ones in the war; others offered simple expressions of thanks to those who served. This is History Book Club's tribute to the veterans of the Korean War.
Forgotten Heroes contains all 131 Medal of Honor citations. Also included are the official communiqués for that day and newspaper accounts of various battles.
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In June of 1950, the North Korean Army initiated a massive attack on its neighbor to the south, beginning a see-saw war that would engulf the entire Korean peninsula. For the next three years, the United Nations and the Communists would wage a bloody and brutal war. Though the Korean conflict is often referred to as the "Forgotton War," those who fought and sacrificed for freedom will never forget.
The Forgotten War Remembered reminds us that the precarious Korean Peninsula equation is the most dangerous piece of unfinished foreign policy business confronting the United States in Asia. Author Bill Shinn conveys his eyewitness accounts from the battlefield as an Associated Press correspondent along with incisive analysis of North Korean strategy to provide the best and most comprehensive book in print on the Korean question.
Korea: The Forgotten War 1950-1953
A BRACING ACCOUNT OF A WAR THAT IS EITHER MISUNDERSTOOD, FORGOTTEN, OR WILLFULLY IGNORED For Americans, it was a discrete conflict lasting from 1950 to 1953. But for the Asian world the Korean War was a generations-long struggle that still haunts contemporary events. With access to new evidence and secret materials from both here and abroad, including an archive of captured North Korean documents, Bruce Cumings reveals the war as it was actually fought.
Recently declassified records on the Korean War have brought to light widespread and systemic war crimes committed by North Koreans and Chinese against troops serving under the United Nations command, according to this study. After examining over 1,600 cases, Philip Chinnery recounts his searing findings in this tragic three-part narrative. Part one covers the first year of the war, when most of the battlefield war crimes, death marches, and atrocities took place.
Good 1591140757 Naval Institute Press, 2003. Trade paperback in Good condition; has a bit of minor wear to the edges.