The Korean War 1950–53




      The Korean War 1950–53
At 4am on Sunday 25 June 1950 powerful North Korean forces invaded South Korea, advancing down the Uijongbu Corridor towards the Southern Capital of Seoul South Korean troops resisted bravely, but were crushed by overwhelming Northern superiority Later that day the United Nations Security Council condemned the aggression, and on 7 July appointed US General of the Army Douglas MacArthur to command UN forces which would be sent to save South Korea Nigel Thomas and Peter Abbott explore the history of this conflict, which pitted UN forces against the People s Republic of China in a resulting in hundreds of thousands of casualties. New Read [ The Korean War 1950–53 ] author [ Nigel Thomas ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

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      The Korean War 1950–53
 By Nigel Thomas For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 48 pages
  • The Korean War 1950–53
  • Nigel Thomas
  • English
  • 23 April 2018
  • 0850456851

10 thoughts on “ The Korean War 1950–53

  1. Blake Walker says:

    Good uniform guide and lots of black and white photos of the Korean War 1950 53 I ve read quite a bit about the air war and ground war Intrigued me enough to readabout the conflict Don t know what type of figures or rules I d use to wargame Korea There s less interest to wargame the ground war in Korea than the air war Air war games were fun Don t have a clue how the ground war would go Probably would have to write my own rules Rather redo 28mm Vietnam than mess around wit...

  2. Michael Smith says:

    I m an army brat and my father was in from the late 1930s to the mid 70s, including direct participation in three full scale foreign wars But the one he always seemed to have the strongest memories of was Korea, where having been in the occupation army in Japan he was apparently the first medical officer on the beach in September 1950, waiting for the evac and hospital units to catch up with him Technically, he wasn t a combatant, but as the author makes clear that was just the theory I m an army brat and my father was in from the late 1930s to the mid 70s, including direct participation in three full scale foreign wars But the one he always seemed to have the strongest memories of was Korea, where having been in the occupation army in Japan he was apparently the first medical officer on the beach in September 1950, waiting for the evac and hospital units to catch up with him Technically, he wasn t a combatant, but as the author makes clear that was just the theory and most people with a red cross on their helmets also wore an M1911 on their hip.Th...

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