The Korean War : no victors, no vanquished / Stanley Sandler.Material type: TextPublisher: Lexington : University Press of Kentucky, c1999Description: xiv, 330 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cmISBN: 0813121191 (cloth : alk. paper); 9780813121192 (cloth : alk. paper); 0813109671 (paper : alk. paper); 9780813109671 (paper : alk. paper)Subject(s): Korean War, 1950-1953 -- CampaignsAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Korean War.; Online version:: Korean War.DDC classification: 951.904/24 LOC classification: DS918 | .S24 1999Other classification: 15.75
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|DS918 .P5 1951 Pictorial history of the Korean War :||DS918 .P74 Light on Korea /||DS918 .R49 The Korean war: How we met the challenge: How all-out Asian war was averted: Why MacArthur was dismissed: Why today's war objectives must be limited||DS918 .S24 1999 The Korean War :||DS918 .S55 The strained alliance;||DS918 .S819 1997 The Korean War :||DS918 .T5 1951 Cry Korea|
Includes bibliographical references (p. 279-312) and index.
The Korean War has been termed ""The Forgotten War"" or the ""Unknown War." It is a conflict which never assumed the mythic character of the American Civil War or World War II. However, this book asserts, it would be impossible to understand the Cold War and indeed post-1945 global history without knowledge of the Korean War. Providing a history of the Korean peninsula before the war and including a detailed analysis of the fighting itself, The Korean War goes beyond the battlefield to deal with the war in the air, ground attack, and air evacuation. The study also evaluates the contributions of the UN naval forces, the impact of the war on various homefronts and issues such as defectors, opposition to the war, racial segregation and integration, POWs and the media. Soviet documents are used to assess the role of China, the Soviet Union, North and South Korea and the allied forces in the conflict. --From publisher's description.
1. Introduction -- 2. History and background -- 3. Invasion and retreat -- 4. The Pusan Perimeter -- 5. Inchon landings and pursuit northward -- 6. The UNC drive north -- 7. China's intervention and the second great UN retreat -- 8. Chinese offensives and stabilization of the battlelines -- 9. The United Nations' first war -- 10. The air and naval war -- 11. Behind the lines -- 12. Home fronts -- 13. Fighting and negotiating -- 14. Conclusions