Americans and Chinese at the Korean War cease-fire negotiations, 1950-1953
This study applies the most recently released government documents from Russian and Chinese archives and updated English scholarship to the analysis of both US and Chinese diplomatic activities.
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Chapter One Early Diplomatic Probes
Chapter Two Prelude to Negotiations
Chapter Three From Kaesong to Panmonjom
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38th parallel Acheson American armistice talks battlefield Beijing Bulletin 6-7 Winter cease-fire Chai China Chinese government Chinese People's Volunteers Clark Committee Communist delegation Communist side CPV POWs CPV's custody CWIHP Bulletin 6-7 December defensive Demilitarized Zone diplomatic Eisenhower enemy Fighting Front FRUS Geneva Convention Goodman Hermes Ibid July June Kaesong Kenong Korean conflict Korean People's Army Korean War armistice Mao Zedong Mao's Manuscripts Military Armistice Commission military control Military Demarcation Line Military History Moscow Nations Repatriation Commission Nations Supervisory Commission Negotiating while Fighting Neutral Nations Inspection Neutral Nations Repatriation Neutral Nations Supervisory NKPA non-repatriates North Korean offensive Panmunjom Negotiations Peng Dehuai political position POW camps POW issue proposal Red Cross Rhee Ridgway signing South Soviet Union Stalin Stueck Taiwan telegram Tent and Fighting Truce Tent Truman UNC delegation UNC forces UNC POWs UNC's United Nations Command Vatcher voluntary repatriation Washington withdrawal Yalu York Zhou Enlai