Voices from the Korean War: Personal Stories of American, Korean, and Chinese Soldiers

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University Press of Kentucky
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Contents

Background and Origins of the War
3
The Opening Phase South toward Pusan North to the Yalu
15
China Enters the War
21
The Chosin Reservoir Retreat and Advance to the North
25
Truce Talks and Prison Riots
35
Trench Warfare and Peace
40
Many Faces One War
49
Getting to Korea
51
First Combat
141
Outpost Harry
150
A ROK Lieutenant Survives the Bloody Ridges
156
The Chinese Go Underground
173
North and South
185
Behind the Front Lines
199
The Lighter Side of the War
201
A Korean Housewifes Story
206

A Mortar Mans Story
55
Escaping the Trap
65
A North Korean Officers Story
76
Chinas Crouching Dragon
85
Chosin Accounts
95
The Chosin Reservoir A Marines Story
97
The Chosin Reservoir A Chinese Captains Story
117
On the Front Lines
125
The Hwachon Reservoir Fighting
127
Life on the MLR
131
A BAR Mans Story
134
POW Camps North and South
211
An American Officer Observes the Koje Island Uprising
213
One Week of War Three Years of Captivity
216
A First Sergeants Experience
235
Organizing the Riots on Koje Colonel Zhaos Story
242
Perspectives on the War
259
Notes
265
Selected Bibliography
273
Index
280
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