The 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 limited

The 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 limited None

  • Title: The 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 limited
  • Author: Matthew B. Ridgway
  • ISBN: 9780214667268
  • Page: 296
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    1. Matthew Ridgway was made the Commander of 8th Army in 1950 and in 1951,succeeded MacArthur as Supreme Commander of UN Forces in Korea and Commander of U.S. Far East Forces. He had two unenviable tasks: handling the course correction of troops that were struggling in Korea, for reasons of strategy and morale; and following in the shoes of one of the most controversial but popular generals in U.S. history. This book is as plainly written - and as free of ego - as any book ever written by a celebra [...]

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