The Pusan Perimeter, Korea, 1950: An Annotated Bibliography

Hardcover | September 1, 1993

byPaul M. Edwards

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This annotated bibliography is the first to cover the early phases of the Korean War, for the period from June 25 to September 22, 1950, in a comprehensive manner. This guide provides a brief history of the critial period around the Pusan perimeter, identifies important archival sources, and then describes 401 studies in English--both offical and unofficial reports, documents, surveys, monographs, and periodical articles. The bibliography is organized both by different genres of work and topically. An appendix points to the United Nations country's forces that served in the war. Indexes by author, subject, and periodical make this short guide easy for researchers in all fields of study.

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This annotated bibliography is the first to cover the early phases of the Korean War, for the period from June 25 to September 22, 1950, in a comprehensive manner. This guide provides a brief history of the critial period around the Pusan perimeter, identifies important archival sources, and then describes 401 studies in English--both ...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:160 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:September 1, 1993Publisher:GREENWOOD PRESS INC.Language:English

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ISBN - 10:0313287406

ISBN - 13:9780313287404

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?Noted Korean War expert Edwards has compiled a comprehensive bibliography of writings on the early phase of that conflict from shortly before the North Korean invasion of the South (June 1950) to crossing the 38th parallel by UN forces in September, not just the fighting around the Pusan perimenter. Edwards's organization of the material is impeccable. A useful beginning source for scholars or undergraduates doing research on the early Korean war.?-Choice