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Review: The Korean War
Reviewed Works: No Gun Ri: A Military History of the Korean War Incident, 2002 by Robert L. Bateman; Crimson Sky: The Air Battle for Korea, 1999 by John R. Bruning; Remembered Prisoners of a Forgotten War: An Oral History of Korean War POWs, 2002 by Lewis H. Carlson; American Airpower Strategy in Korea 1950-1953, 2000 by Conrad C. Crane; No Mercy, No Leniency: Communist Mistreatment of British and Allied Prisoners of War in Korea, 2000 by Cyril Cunningham; Under Army Orders: The Army National Guard during the Korean War, 2001 by William M. Donnelly; In the Devil's Shadow: UN Special Operations during the Korean War, 2000 by Michael E. Haas; The Korean War: The West Confronts Communism 1950-1953, 1999 by Michael Hickey; The Korean War, 2000-1 by Korean Institute of Military History; Broken Soldiers, 2000 by Raymond B. Lech; Mao's Generals Remember Korea, 2001 by Xiaobing Li, Allan R. Millett, Bin Yu; The Korean War, 2000 by Peter Lowe; Formidable Enemies: The North Korean and Chinese Soldier in the Korean War, 2001 by Kevin Mahoney; The Social Construction of the Korean War: Conflict and Its Possibilities, 2001 by Jennifer Milliken; American POWs in Korea: Sixteen Personal Accounts, 1998 by Harry Spiller; Encyclopedia of the Korean War: A Political, Social and Military History, 2000 by Spencer C. Tucker; Far Eastern Tour: The Canadian Infantry in Korea 1950-1953, 2002 by Brent Byron Watson; Battleground Korea: The British in Korea, 1999 by Charles Whiting; Red Wings over the Yalu: China, the Soviet Union and the Air War in Korea, 2002 by Xiaoming Zhang; The Sea Services in the Korean War 1950-1953, 2002 ; The United States Army and the Korean War, 2000
Review by: Jeffrey Grey
Journal of Contemporary History
Vol. 39, No. 4, Special Issue: Collective Memory (Oct., 2004), pp. 667-676
Published by: Sage Publications, Ltd.
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4141417
Page Count: 10
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