Fire And Ice: The Korean War 1950- 53 by Michael VarholaFire And Ice: The Korean War 1950- 53 by Michael Varhola

Fire And Ice: The Korean War 1950- 53

byMichael Varhola

Paperback | July 22, 2000

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This handy "At A Glance" volume contains an exceptional amount of material on the Korean Conflict, with much information that will be new to virtually all readers, such as dissension between the U.S. and South Korea, the differing treatment of prisoners by the Chinese and North Koreans, the widespread service of Korean nationals in American units, and the important contribution made by Turkey, the British Commonwealth and other nations to the U.N. effort.
Michael J. Varhola earned a B.S. in journalism from the University of Maryland, and is a freelance editor and writer living in suburban Washington D.C. During Operation Desert Storn, he served with the 3rd Armored Division in Saudi Arabia and Iraq, and thereafter helped found and run Living History magazine. Michael is the author or ed...
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Title:Fire And Ice: The Korean War 1950- 53Format:PaperbackDimensions:334 pages, 9 × 5.88 × 0.84 inPublished:July 22, 2000Publisher:Da Capo PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1882810449

ISBN - 13:9781882810444

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Just five years after the guns fell silent in Europe, the East again echoed to the sounds of war. This time, the battlefield was in Korea, and the ideologies facing off were Democracy and Communism. Presenting complete coverage of the conflict, Michael Varhola’s The Korean War, 1950 – 1955 offers a mapped and illustrated study of the leaders, equipment and tactics of the U.S. Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force and their opponents, as well as MacArthur’s amphibious landings at Inchon, the Allied retreat from Chosin and other major battles up to the Allied evacuation in 1953.