The Forgotten War: America in Korea, 1950-1953

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Naval Institute Press, Apr 1, 2003 - History - 1136 pages
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Combines enormous battlefield-level detail with command-level military history and domestic and international politics to create a definitive history of the Korean War. Reprint.

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The Forgotten War: America in Korea is an exhaustive study of command level combat in Korea. While the title claims to cover the war for 1950 thru its conclusion in 1953, in reality only perhaps 25 ... Read full review

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Q: When the Chinese and Koreans negotiate, how many people die? A: Hundreds of thousands. Read full review

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Blair served in the Navy in WWII in submarine service. He served from 1950-60 as a Washington journalist for Time-Life and the Saturday Evening Post. He was the first journalist to go to sea on the new Tang-class submarine Trigger, and other submarines.

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