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The Korean war: How we met the challenge: How all-out Asian war was averted: Why MacArthur was dismissed: Why today's war objectives must be limited

Author: Matthew B Ridgway
Publisher: Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1967.
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Now in retirement, General Ridgway describes how he raised the morale of the troops and pushed the Reds back behind the 38th parallel. He is critical of General MacArthur and makes suggestions for other "bushfire wars."
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Ridgway, Matthew B. (Matthew Bunker), 1895-1993.
Korean war: How we met the challenge: How all-out Asian war was averted: Why MacArthur was dismissed: Why today's war objectives must be limited.
Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1967
(OCoLC)654295151
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Matthew B Ridgway
OCLC Number: 1974850
Description: xvii, 291 pages illustrations, maps, plans, portraits 24 cm
Responsibility: [by] Matthew B. Ridgway.

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Now in retirement, General Ridgway describes how he raised the morale of the troops and pushed the Reds back behind the 38th parallel. He is critical of General MacArthur and makes suggestions for other "bushfire wars."

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