Chosin: heroic ordeal of the Korean War

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Vanguard Press, 1981 - History - 457 pages
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Details the heroic combat operations of the United States X Corps of General Douglas MacArthur's Far East Command during the Chosin Reservoir campaign of 1950 in North Korea

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Hammel is noted for his exhaustive research and epic narratives of important battles. Never since Xenophon and the 10,000 marched out of Persia has a band of men faced more staggering odds, in the ... Read full review

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Eric Hammel is a critically acclaimed military historian and author of more than thirty combat and pictorial histories, including several on U.S. Marine operations in World War II and Vietnam, such as Pacific Warriors: The U.S. Marines in World War II, Iwo Jima: Portrait of a Battle, and Marines in Hue City: A Portrait of Urban Combat, Tet 1968. He lives in Northern California.

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