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Brothers at war : the unending conflict in Korea

ผู้แต่ง: Sheila Miyoshi Jager
สำนักพิมพ์: New York : W.W. Norton & Company, [2013]
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More than sixty years after North Korean troops crossed the 38th parallel into South Korea, the Korean War is still not over--yet it has become a forgotten episode in American history. Now, Sheila Miyoshi Jager combines international events with previously unknown personal accounts to create a comprehensive new history of that war. From American, Korean, Soviet and Chinese perspectives, she explores its origins,  อ่านมากขึ้น…
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ผู้แต่งทั้งหมด : ผู้แต่งร่วม Sheila Miyoshi Jager
ISBN: 9780393068498 0393068498 0393348857 9780393348859
OCLC Number: 835951628
คำอธิบาย: xvi, 605 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
สารบัญ: pt. 1. The war. Liberation and division ; Two Koreas ; Momentous decisions ; War for the South ; Uncommon coalition ; Crossing the 38th parallel ; An entirely new war ; Quest for victory ; The stalemate ; "Let them march till they die" ; Propaganda wars ; Armistice, at last --
pt. 2. Cold War. Lessons of Korea ; Deepening the revolution ; Korea and Vietnam --
pt. 3. Local war. Legitimacy wars ; Old allies, new friends ; War for peace ; End of an era --
pt. 4. After the Cold War. North Korea and the world ; Winners and losers --
Epilogue. China's rise, war's end? pt. 1. The war. Liberation and division: End of empire --
Red army in Korea --
General Hodge goes to Korea --
Two Koreas: Failed revolution --
Yŏsu, Sunch'ŏn, and Cheju-do --
Momentous decisions: War drums --
Endgame --
War for the South: Desperate days --
War for the North --
Savage war --
Uncommon coalition: Integrating an army --
Common cause --
Crossing the 38th parallel: Lessons of history --
Pilgrimage to Wake --
"If war is inevitable, let it be waged now" --
First strike --
An entirely new war: "Defeat with dignity and good grace" --
December massacres --
"Revolt of the primitives" --
Wrong Way Ridgway --
Lost chances --
Quest for victory: The general and the statesman --
Spring offensive --
Magnificent Glosters --
Victory denied? --
The stalemate: Truce talks --
Voluntary repatriation --
"Let them march till they die": Death march --
Valley Camp to Camp 5 --
Camp 10 --
Camp 12 --
Return of the defeated --
Propaganda wars: Tunnel war --
American bugs --
Kŏje-do --
Armistice, at last: "I shall go to Korea" --
Death of a dictator --
Divided nation --
pt. 2. Cold War. Lessons of Korea: Feminized nation --
The "Never again club" --
The Geneva Conference --
Eisenhower's warning --
Deepening the revolution: The tragic demise of Peng Dehuai --
Khrushchev, Korea, and Vietnam --
Korea and Vietnam: Lyndon B. Johnson, refighting the Korean War --
Park Chung Hee's crusade --
pt. 3. Local war. Legitimacy wars: August purge --
Military line --
The blue house raid and the Pueblo incident --
Confessions --
Old allies, new friends: Tensions between allies --
Opening to China --
War for peace: Withdrawal --
Backlash --
To Seoul --
End of an era: Kwangju uprising --
Students and the politics of legitimacy --
pt. 4. After the Cold War. North Korea and the world: Showdown --
Defueling crisis --
Accord --
Winners and losers: Triumph and forgiveness --
The North Korean famine --
Gulag nation --
Epilogue. China's rise, war's end?
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More than sixty years after North Korean troops crossed the 38th parallel into South Korea, the Korean War is still not over--yet it has become a forgotten episode in American history. Now, Sheila Miyoshi Jager combines international events with previously unknown personal accounts to create a comprehensive new history of that war. From American, Korean, Soviet and Chinese perspectives, she explores its origins, development and global implications. The epic story begins in mid-World War II, when Roosevelt, Stalin, and Churchill fiercely debated the possibility of Korean independence, and ends in the present day as North Korea, with China's aid, starves its population as it stockpiles nuclear weapons. Drawing on newly available diplomatic archives in several nations, this is the first account to examine both the military and the social, cultural, and political aspect of the war and its impact.--From publisher description.

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