From Pusan to Panmunjom

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Potomac Books, Inc., 1999 - History - 271 pages
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This is the candid and revealing wartime memoir of the soldier who, at the age of just 32, became South Korea's first four-star general. The book brings an unprecedented perspective to the Korean War.
 

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An immensely important contribution to Korean War discussions, From Pusan to Panmujom chronicles the Korean War from instigation to armistice from the viewpoint of arguably the most influential and ... Read full review

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General Paik, acknowledged by most military specialists as the finest South Korean commander in the 1950-53 conflict, has written the first account of this war from the perspective of the nation that ... Read full review

Contents

Maps
An AUSA Book
Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
Abbreviations
1THE LONG LONG SUMMER
200 MILES OF HELL
4DASHED HOPES
5BACK TO THE 38TH PARALLEL
6WHAT WILL WE LOSE AND WHAT WILL WE GAIN?
7THE ROAD TO FOUR STARS AND ARMY CHIEFOFSTAFF
8THE WAR ENDS AT LAST
EPILOGUE
Index
About the Author

3WE LEAD THE WAY NORTH

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