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EBB AND FLOW NOVEMBER 1950- JULY 1951 (Front)

EBB AND FLOW NOVEMBER 1950- JULY 1951 (Front)

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Published by Paul D Carrier
THE U.S. ARMY IN THE KOREAN WAR CD-ROM #1
EM-0182
This volume completes the general survey of combat operations in Korea that began with the publication in 1960 of Roy Appleman’s South to the Naktong, North to the Yalu. It will be followed by a study of theater logistics and an order of battle which, along with the recently published Medics’ War, will comprise the series of official Army histories of America’s so-called forgotten war.
Ebb and Flow records an important chapter in the Korean War. It begins with the last weeks of the pell-me11 rush of United Nations forces to the Chinese border and goes on to describe in great detail the test of
American military leadership and resources posed by the taxing retreat of the Eighth Army and X Corps across the frozen wastes of North Korea. It also examines the special problems posed to a fighting army
during the deadly months of stalemate in the summer of 1951.
THE U.S. ARMY IN THE KOREAN WAR CD-ROM #1
EM-0182
This volume completes the general survey of combat operations in Korea that began with the publication in 1960 of Roy Appleman’s South to the Naktong, North to the Yalu. It will be followed by a study of theater logistics and an order of battle which, along with the recently published Medics’ War, will comprise the series of official Army histories of America’s so-called forgotten war.
Ebb and Flow records an important chapter in the Korean War. It begins with the last weeks of the pell-me11 rush of United Nations forces to the Chinese border and goes on to describe in great detail the test of
American military leadership and resources posed by the taxing retreat of the Eighth Army and X Corps across the frozen wastes of North Korea. It also examines the special problems posed to a fighting army
during the deadly months of stalemate in the summer of 1951.

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Published by: Paul D Carrier on Mar 31, 2013
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