History of War

CHINESE HORDES AND HUMAN WAVES A PERSONAL PERSPECTIVE OF THE KOREAN WAR 1950-1953

Author: Brian Parritt Publisher: Pen & Sword Military Price: £12.99 (Paperback) Released: Out now

In 2018 the nuclear threat from North Korea has never been more acute and a previously neglected conflict has now become highly relevant. Although the Korean War ended almost 65 years ago, in July 1953, a peace treaty was never signed and

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