This book tells the story of
’s “forgotten war” in which soldiers in
suffered needless casualties and endured conditions that bordered on
criminal neglect. Brent
Watson examines an Army totally unprepared for service in the
because military brass and defence planners in
insisted on viewing the Korean War through the familiar lens of the
World War II European experience.
Press. Published 2002.
6” x 9” 238 pages
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