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The Korea knot : a military-political history.

By: Berger, Carl, 1925 January 28-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, [1964]Copyright date: ©1964Edition: Rev. ed.Description: 255 pages : map ; 22 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Korean War, 1950-1953Additional physical formats: Online version:: Korea knot.; Online version:: Korea knot.DDC classification: 951.9042
Contents:
Korea's past: a brief introduction -- 1943: the Cairo pledge -- The Russian-American occupation of Korea and the Moscow Agreement -- Failure of the joint Soviet-American commission -- Enter the United Nations and formation fo two Korean governments -- Withdrawal of the Russian and American occupation forces -- The march to "civil" war -- Washington reacts -- MacArthur's strategy defeats the North Koreans -- Chinese communist intervention and the military stalemate -- The frustrating armistice negotiations -- The communists give in -- Rhee's rebellion -- The uneasy armistice -- Rebellion again and a fall from power -- Rise of the new Korean strongman -- The continuing Korean Cold War and the Sino-Soviet dispute.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 235-241).

Korea's past: a brief introduction -- 1943: the Cairo pledge -- The Russian-American occupation of Korea and the Moscow Agreement -- Failure of the joint Soviet-American commission -- Enter the United Nations and formation fo two Korean governments -- Withdrawal of the Russian and American occupation forces -- The march to "civil" war -- Washington reacts -- MacArthur's strategy defeats the North Koreans -- Chinese communist intervention and the military stalemate -- The frustrating armistice negotiations -- The communists give in -- Rhee's rebellion -- The uneasy armistice -- Rebellion again and a fall from power -- Rise of the new Korean strongman -- The continuing Korean Cold War and the Sino-Soviet dispute.

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