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Counteroffensive: U.S. Marines From Pohang to No Name Line
Ronald J. Brown. This history, one in a series devoted to U.S. Marines in the Korean War era, describes the military actions following the 1st Marine Division’s withdrawal from the Chosin Reservoir to Pusan in Dec. 1950. The military situation in Korea was so bleak that the Communist forces -- consisting of the North Korean People’s Army reinforced by “volunteers” from the People’s Republic of China, known as the Communist Chinese Forces -- appeared on the verge of victory. But a momentary lull in the action allowed Lt. Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway, USA, to rally his troops & begin a dramatic reversal of fortunes that put the Communists on the ropes within 6 months. Illustrated with numerous photos & maps.
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