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Pictorial History of the Korean War, the graphic record of the United Nations forces in action throughout every phase of the Korean conflict. MacArthur reports

by MacArthur, Douglas; and Cassino, Jay Alled (Consulting Editor)

Condition: Fair. No dust jacket as issued. Damps staings at top edge. Tear to dedication page. Cover worn and soiled, noticable wear to top


[n.p. ]: Veterans Historical Book Service, Inc, 1951. Veterans of Foreign Wars memorial ed. Hardcover. Fair. No dust jacket as issued. Damps staings at top edge. Tear to dedication page. Cover worn and soiled, noticable wear to top of sping.. Adam, William R. (Consulting Picture Editor). [6], 394 p. illus. (part col. ) ports., maps. 26 cm. Illustrated endpapers. Index. The story of the Korean War, as told by Teneral Douglas MacArthur, Supreme Commander of United Nations Forces in Korea, inhis periodic reports to the Security Council of the United Nations makes up the text of this volume. They tell the complete story of the War in Korea. Slight editorial changes were made to the text to maintain continuity of narrative. The text has been arranged into chapters, each vocering a significant period of operations.
  • Bookseller: Ground Zero Books, Ltd. US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 66162
  • Title: Pictorial History of the Korean War, the graphic record of the United Nations forces in action throughout every phase of the Korean conflict. MacArthur reports
  • Author: MacArthur, Douglas; and Cassino, Jay Alled (Consulting Editor)
  • Illustrator: Adam, William R. (Consulting Picture Editor)
  • Format/binding: Hardcover
  • Book condition: Used - Fair. No dust jacket as issued. Damps staings at top edge. Tear to dedication page. Cover worn and soiled, noticable wear to top
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Edition: Veterans of Foreign Wars memorial ed
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Veterans Historical Book Service, Inc
  • Place: [n.p. ]
  • Date published: 1951
  • Keywords: Inchon, 38th Parallel, Taegu, Combat Cargo Commang, Walton Walker, Arthur Struble, Stratemeyer, Refugees, John Hodge, Hungnam, Kimpo, Naval Air Corps, Prisoners of War, Naktong, Pohang Dong, Oliver Smith


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