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Striking back : combat in Korea, March-April 1951 / edited by William T. Bowers.

Contributor(s): Bowers, William T, 1946-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Battles and campaigns (Lexington, Ky.): Publisher: Lexington : University Press of Kentucky, ©2010Description: 1 online resource (xviii, 450 pages, [32] pages of plates) : illustrations, maps, plans.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780813173603; 0813173604; 9780813139418; 0813139414.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Striking back.DDC classification: 951.904/24 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook. Summary: Striking Back: Combat in Korea, March-April 1951 is the second book in a three-volume series about the Korean War, examining the fighting that occurred during the late winter and early spring of the war's first year. By the beginning of March, UN forces shifted strategic focus from defense to offense. In April, the combination of stabilized fronts and the enemy's failed attacks made conditions ideal for launching combat offensives. The brutal nature and strategic significance of these campaigns is described in the book, which includes analysis of their profound influence on the remainder of t.
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"An AUSA book"--Ser. title page.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Print version record.

Striking Back: Combat in Korea, March-April 1951 is the second book in a three-volume series about the Korean War, examining the fighting that occurred during the late winter and early spring of the war's first year. By the beginning of March, UN forces shifted strategic focus from defense to offense. In April, the combination of stabilized fronts and the enemy's failed attacks made conditions ideal for launching combat offensives. The brutal nature and strategic significance of these campaigns is described in the book, which includes analysis of their profound influence on the remainder of t.

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William T. Bowers (1946--2008), a former U.S. Army officer, is coauthor of Black Soldier, White Army .

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