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Fri Mar 21 17:13:29 2014 UTClccn-n500684110.00"No grounds for complacency"... a speech by... Matthew B. Ridgway [before American Council on Nato, May 21, 1953, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City. Text of the North Atlantic Treaty signed at Washington, April 4, 1949.]0.301.00The manuscripts of Matthew Ridgway, Esq., of Dewsbury68974041Matthew_Ridgwayn 50068411102510General Ridgway.Li-chʻi-wei, 1895-1993Ridgway, ..., 1895-1993Ridgway, Matthew.Ridgway, Matthew BRidgway, Matthew Bunker.Ridgway, Matthew Bunker, 1895-Ridgway, Matthew Bunker, 1895-1993Ridzhuėĭ, M. (Matthew Bunker), 1895-1993リッジウェイ, マシュウ・Blccn-n50023927Appleman, Roy Edgarlccn-n79063202United StatesArmylccn-n79018893Blair, Clay1925-1998lccn-n79109042Martin, Harold H.othlccn-n79029742Truman, Harry S.1884-1972lccn-n79054196MacArthur, Douglas1880-1964lccn-n85179440Hanson, Victor Davislccn-n82102951Belisariusapproximately 505-565lccn-n87897969Petraeus, David Howelllccn-n80013437Sherman, William T.(William Tecumseh)1820-1891Ridgway, Matthew B.(Matthew Bunker)1895-1993Personal narratives‡vKoreanDiariesPersonal narratives‡vAmericanPictorial worksSpeeches in CongressKorean War (1950-1953)Ridgway, Matthew B.--(Matthew Bunker),Military campaignsMilitary leadershipUnited States.--ArmyWorld War (1939-1945)Paek, Sŏn-yŏp,Airborne troopsGeneralsCommand of troopsBelisarius,Sherman, William T.--(William Tecumseh),Petraeus, David HowellThemistocles,Military participation--AmericanUnited StatesKorean War (1950-1953)--ArmisticesJoy, C. 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He is critical of General MacArthur and makes suggestions for other "bushfire wars."+-+32175315851461ocn000942154book19540.27Pictorial history of the Korean War, 1950-1953; the graphic record of the United Nations forces in action throughout every phase of the Korean conflictPictorial works1091ocn677927883visu19540.63Pictorial report number 81031ocn701797330visu19600.63Top soldierFrom the U.S. Army's The Big Picture television series, 1950-1975939ocn002215833book19670.33Ridgway, Matthew BThe war in Korea : How we met the challenge. How all-out Asian war was averted. Why MacArthur was dismissed. Why today's war objectives must be limitedRidgways krigsstrategi og Koreakrigens forløb efter at han overtog Macarthurs position388ocn048568122book19670.17Ridgway, Matthew BThe Korean warTactical summary of the Korean War and appraisal of General MacArthur's leadership. Questions the value of air power in Asia's limited conflict321ocn853111387com0.63Universal Newsreels, Release 469, May 28, 1953321ocn853111383com0.63Universal Newsreels, Release 469, June 28, 1951191ocn015687573book19530.88Ridgway, Matthew BNo grounds for complacency [address before American Council on NATO ... May 21, 1953134ocn068768866book19530.56Ridgway, Matthew B"No grounds for complacency" : a speech115ocn503457306book19560.28Ridgway, Matthew BSoldier: the memoirs of Matthew B. RidgwayMatthew B. Ridgeway's erindringer. Han opnåede utallige udmærkelser for sin indsats under 2. Verdenskrig og Koreakrigen. Senere blev han øverstkommanderende for NATO91ocn009248977book19720.31Matthew Bunker Ridgway, Jr. : 27 April 1949-1 July, 197181ocn016742123art18741.00Horwood, Alfred JThe manuscripts of Matthew Ridgway, Esq., of Dewsbury61ocn003455937rcrd19740.63Selected speeches made before the Congress of the United StatesSpeeches in CongressNine speeches made during the years 1939-1952, seven dealing with World War II and two with the Korean War66ocn835711797book19760.97Ridgway, Matthew BChōsen sensō52ocn254547104book19560.32Ridgway, Matthew BSoldier: the memoirs of Matthew B. Ridgway, as told to Harold H. Martin51ocn611534901book19530.47Ridgway, Matthew BNo Grounds for Complacency : A Speech by General Matthew Bunker Ridgway, (May 1953)54ocn468635646book19920.31Paek, Sŏn-yŏpFrom Pusan to PanmunjomPersonal narratives KoreanA bestseller in South Korea and Japan, From Pusan to Panmunjom is General Paik's personal story of a cataclysmic war many are only now beginning to understand. As the most respected South Korean officer of the war, he brings an unprecedented perspective to the momentous events that almost destroyed his country. His candid reflections on the desperate battles he fought as the leader of ill-equipped and untrained troops bring new insights into this key moment in world+-+789233920631ocn251363235book19780.73Joy, C. TurnerNegotiating while fighting : the diary of Admiral C. Turner Joy at the Korean Armistice ConferenceDiariesPersonal narratives American32ocn459814564book1949Ridgway, Matthew B"No grounds for complacency"... a speech by... Matthew B. Ridgway [before American Council on Nato, May 21, 1953, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City. Text of the North Atlantic Treaty signed at Washington, April 4, 1949.]17112ocn044956046file19900.32Appleman, Roy EdgarRidgway duels for Korea+-+278914543512284ocn012079864book19850.21Blair, ClayRidgway's paratroopers : the American airborne in World War IIHistoryChronicles the history of America's paratroopers in World War II and recounts the achievement of General Matthew Ridgway in successfully implementing the new airborne warfare8684ocn000784901book19560.32Ridgway, Matthew BSoldier: the memoirs of Matthew B. Ridgway, as told to Harold H. Martin5433ocn813690969book20130.18Hanson, Victor DavisThe savior generals : how five great commanders saved wars that were lost, from ancient Greece to IraqHistoryBiographyTraces the stories of Themistocles, Belisarius, William Tecumseh Sherman, Matthew Ridgway, and David Petraeus, evaluating their pivotal military roles and the controversies that marked their careers4932ocn056413413book20040.08Gruenberg, Leif AThe Korean War"Examines the Korean War and its impact on American life and society. Features include narrative overview, biographical profiles, primary source documents, detailed chronology, and annotated sources for further study."--Provided by publisher+-+41125353252182ocn037903581book19980.86Soffer, Jonathan MGeneral Matthew B. Ridgway : from progressivism to Reaganism, 1895-1993Biography+-+89250402753241112ocn028021925book19930.92Edwards, Paul MGeneral Matthew B. Ridgway : an annotated bibliographyBibliography+-+3482378685324964ocn677926384visu19990.23The Korean War fire & iceHistoryPersonal narratives AmericanPart 1: When North Korea surged across the border of its southern neighbor on June 25, 1950, South Korea and its Western allies were caught off guard. The UN acted swiftly, but the contingent, unprepared for North Korea's fanatical determination and fighting skill, soon found itself thrown back into disarray; and the allies faced a humiliating evacuation. Part 2: With the UN forces on the verge of being pushed into the sea, the stage was set for one of the most dramatic reversals of the war. UN supreme Commander Douglas MacArthur executed an amphibious landing. Within months, UN troops would drive the North Koreans almost to the Chinese border. But the victory would turn to devistating defeat, at the unexpected onslaught of Chinese troops. Part 3: Nearly overrun by the Chinese, American forces were soon engaged in the longest retreat in US history. By December of 1950, the Communists had recaptured the North Korean capitol. A month later, the southern capitol fell. Part 4: As American casualties mounted, U.S. President Harry Truman came under increasing military and political pressure finally resulting in MacArthur's dismissal and the arrival of General Matthew Ridgway. After retaking Seoul the U.N. forces confronted the re-grouped enemy in the biggest battle of the war. But by now, U.S. policy had shifted from liberation to containing the communists at the 38th parallel. The war raged on until the armistice of July, 1953, a tenuous unstable cease-fire that continues to flare into violence even today833ocn048493736book19990.37Mitchell, George CMatthew B. Ridgway : soldier, statesman, scholar, citizenMilitary historyBiography+-+0947726635372ocn028221094book19920.93Pigenet, MichelAu coeur de l'activisme communiste des années de Guerre froide : la manifestation Ridgway231ocn043034162visu19990.21The Korean War Fire and iceHistoryPersonal narratives AmericanA 4 part documentary on the military history of the Korean War. Part 4: As American casualties mounted, U.S. President Harry Truman came under increasing military and political pressure finally resulting in MacArthur's dismissal and the arrival of General Matthew Ridgway. After retaking Seoul the U.N. forces confronted the re-grouped enemy in the biggest battle of the war. But by now, U.S. policy had shifted from liberation to containing the communists at the 38th parallel. The war raged on until the armistice of July, 1953, a tenuous unstable cease-fire that continues to flare into violence even today181ocn074162981book20060.66Groves, Bryan NMG Matthew Ridgway as the 82d Airborne Division commander : a case study on the impact of vision and character in leadershipCase studiesExplores the pioneering aspects of Ridgway's leadership and outlines how he navigated the tumultuous early days of airborne training and warfare. The paper also illustrates the steps Ridgway followed to prepare the 82d for its successful participation in Operation Overlord. By applying lessons learned from Ridgway's character and vision, current and aspiring military leaders can grow in their leadership ability152ocn022133184visu19880.33Dateline--1950, North KoreaNews documentary, with interviews, on the Korean War. Details the stunning attack and victory of Chinese troops, Nov. 25, 1950, Gen. MacArthur's unsuccessful efforts to extend the war into China and employ nuclear weapons, his fall from favor and dismissal, advances of UN forces under Gen. Ridgway against the Chinese, and the eventual armistice, leading to Cold War statement91ocn033415963book19760.21American heritage : February, 1976, vol. XXVII, no. 2HistoryPictorial works72ocn030929616book19920.96Soffer, Jonathan MiltonGeneral Matthew Bunker Ridgway : postwar warrior, 1946-1986Biography52ocn019962215book19890.47Burns, Julian HThe education of Matthew Ridgway in generalshipBiographyOur generals and admirals with battlefield experience in World War II and the Korea War have passed from the contemporary military stage. Today, battalion and brigade commanders and ships' captains, the future generals of armies and admirals of fleets, are being appointed who have had no combat experience in high command. Should war come, they will learn their trade as generals and admirals -- encompassing complex tasks unavoidably both joint and combined -- even as they practice it. All the while, the country's fate and the lives of millions will hang in the balance. The Nation can not tolerate the routine expenditure of lives and other precious resources on a grand scale in the education of its senior military leaders. Hence, war must be taught and practiced in peacetime, as both a science and an art, so that the minds of our senior leaders are prepared for the range of political/diplomatic, psycho- sociological, economic, technological, and military tasks they may one day undertake. This paper examines by historical analysis the factors of genius, experience, training, and personal habits which qualified officers for successful army or theater command in battle. General Matthew B. Ridgway serves as the model. His battlefield education and professional growth as General are analyzed in three battles of World War II -- Sicily, Normandy, and the Ardennes -- and during his service in the Korean War from December 1950 through April 195241ocn850968500com20130.08Fleming, Thomas JMatthew Ridgway the soldier's generalJuvenile worksBiographyThe greatest American general of the 20th century who led the Eighth Army to victory in Korea41ocn228295419book20000.10Tomedi, RudyRidgway : a biography of one of america's greatest generalsBiographyA biography of an American military legend recalls General Matthew Ridgway's exploits in World War II as the creator of the 82nd Airborne division, and later in Korea, where he turned the tide of the war+-+K25716331542ocn010657979book19750.47Sammon, William LMilitary chiefs and presidential policy: the problem of dissentThis paper analyses the conflicts between the demands of bureaucratic loyalty, professional integrity, and constitutional principles of civil control that arise when senior military officers are faced with the dilemma of opposing presidential defense policies. At issue is the question of whether or not intensive bureaucratization of the American military since 1947 has undermined the officer corps' traditional sense of professional independence and political neutrality41ocn152582610visu20020.18The Korean War fire and iceHistoryPersonal narratives AmericanA 4 part documentary on the military history of the Korean War. Part 4: As American casualties mounted, U.S. President Harry Truman came under increasing military and political pressure finally resulting in MacArthur's dismissal and the arrival of General Matthew Ridgway. After retaking Seoul the U.N. forces confronted the re-grouped enemy in the biggest battle of the war. But by now, U.S. policy had shifted from liberation to containing the communists at the 38th parallel. The war raged on until the armistice of July, 1953, a tenuous unstable cease-fire that continues to flare into violence even today+-+3217531585+-+3217531585Fri Mar 21 15:17:24 EDT 2014batch29410