Korean War

    Marine Corps Tank Battles in Korea

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    Employing detailed and vivid accounts from veteran tankers, this book details every Marine tank action in the Korean War, from the valiant defense at Pusan and the bitter battles of the Chosin Reservoir, to the grinding and bloody stalemate along the Jamestown Line.

    Fight, Dig and Live

    By George Cooper

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    The key role of the Royal Engineers in the Korean War. Written by a decorated and very distinguished veteran it contains many interesting and humorous anecdotes.

    Last War of the Superfortresses

    By Leonid Krylov

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    This work is an attempt by the authors to give as full and detailed a history as possible of the confrontation between Soviet fighters and the principal strike force of the United States Far East Air Force - the B-29 `Superfortress' bombers during the course of the Korean War between...

    Chinese Hordes and Human Waves

    By Brigadier Brian Parritt

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    A rare and gripping memoir of the too often neglected but fiercely fought Korean War. Examines the causes, wider events and implications of the War.

    Britain\'S Korean War: Cold War Diplomacy, Strategy and Security 1950-53

    By Thomas Hennessey

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    This book investigates the UK's experience as a junior partner in the only Cold war conflict where some of the main protagonists confronted each other on the battlefield. The author assesses the strains within the 'Special Relationship' between London and Washington and offers a new perspective on the limits and...

    United Nations Participants in the Korean War: The Contributions of 45 Member Countries

    By Paul M. Edwards

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    When in 1950 the United Nations called upon its members to provide aid to South Korea, more than forty nations responded. This looks at the nations involved, what was behind their willingness to provide troops or aid, or what prevented them from doing so. The military contribution of the nations...

    Black Tuesday Over Namsi: B-29s vs MiGs - the Forgotten Air Battle of the Korean War, 23 October 1951

    By Earl J McGill

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    An hour and a half before sunup, nine B-29s of the 307th Bombardment Wing lifted off from Kadena Air Force Base, Okinawa on a bombing mission against Namsi, a North Korean airfield under construction in the heart of MiG Alley.

    NATO Before the Korean War: April 1949-1950

    By Lawrence S Kaplan

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    Conventional wisdom has the Korean War putting the O in NATO. Prior to that time, from the signing of the North Atlantic Treaty on April 4, 1949, to the North Korean invasion of South Korea on June 25, 1950, the Treaty allies were just going through the motions of establishing...

    Korea - The Ground War from Both Sides

    By Philip Chinnery

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    Armoured Warfare in the Korean War: Rare Photographs from Wartime Archives

    By Anthony Tucker-Jones

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    * Photographs of Soviet, American and British armour in action during the Korean War * Insight into the terrain and conditions faced by the tank crew on both sides * Record of a neglected aspect of one of the major Cold War confrontations

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