8 edition of Korean War Reference Library - Almanac and Primary Sources (Korean War Reference Library) found in the catalog.
October 22, 2001
Written in English
|Contributions||Gerda-Ann Raffaelle (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||200|
After the destruction caused by the Korean War, rapid construction and advances in agriculture and production were promoted by encouraging “Chollima speed.” The Three Revolutions Team Movement of the ’s brought Kim Jong-Il more into the public eye as both father and son worked to motivate the populace to Juche -centered achievements. Published credits of Gerda-Ann Raffaelle include Korean War Reference Library Edition 1., Korean War Reference Library - Almanac and Primary Sources (Korean War Reference Library), Korean War Reference Library - Biographies (Korean War Reference Library), and Presidential Administration Profiles for Students (U.S. Government for Stude.
Introduces more than 2, books, articles, and documents written in English. Topics include origins of the war; the political and military roles of North and South Korea, the United States, the Soviet Union, China, Great Britain, Canada, Australia, South Africa, Turkey, and other United Nations members; campaigns and battles; weapons and uniforms; and the military and diplomatic aspects of. Offering a wealth of information, Korean War Almanac contains a day-by-day chronology of the events and the people involved in this important war. Alphabetically arranged entries bring the period to life by vividly describing the people, types of weaponry employed, and many other interesting details relevant to .
Arnold, Eric, and Gary Torrisi. Race into York: Random House, Print. Benson, Sonia, and Gerda-Ann Raffaelle. Korean War: Almanac and Primary Sources. + primary source documents on the Korean War, obtained largely from Russian archives. TIP: In addition to this collection, look at the broader Wilson Center Digital Archive for other specific collections on captured North Korean documents, China's involvement in the Korean War, conversations with North Korean leader Kim Il Sung, inter-Korean relations, Korean War .
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Korean War: Almanac and Primary Sources covers the background of and issues related to the conflict, including: U.S. strategy for containing communism ; The role of the United Nations; The entrance of Chinese troops in the conflict; The possible use of the atomic bomb; And othersFormat: Hardcover.
"Korean War: Almanac and Primary Sources" covers the background of and issues related to the conflict, including: U.S. strategy for containing communism The role of the United Nations The entrance. The Almanac and Primary Sources volume has 13 chapters in the "Almanac" section and 12 documents in the "Primary Sources" section.
The 13 chapters provide an overview of the war, its causes, major battles, and the peace : Hardcover. 26Korean War: Almanac and Primary Sources A Divided Korea Headsfor War: –Byan overpopulated southern Korea, without industry or energy sources, was quickly going into an economictailspin, with widespread famine and unemployment.
Reader's guide --Korean War timeline --Words to know --Almanac (Background to the war: the Japanese occupation --The Cold War comes to Korea: --A divided Korea heads for war: --The invasion of South Korea: June--The United States joins the war: July --Turning the tide: the Pusan perimeter --From Inchon to the Chinese border --China enters the.
Encyclopedia of the Korean War: A Political, Social, and Military History DSE53 ; Korean War almanac DSE ; North Korea handbook Davis Reference DSN This book is the English-language version of the North Korea Handbook published by the Yonhap News Agency in Seoul, Republic of Korea.
Primary source materials related to US planning and policies with an emphasis on WWII, Vietnam and intelligence Secret Files from World Wars to Cold War: Intelligence, Strategy and Diplomacy British government secret intelligence and foreign policy files from towith the majority of files dating from the s and s.
Selected Bibliography: Korean War - Internet Resources, Almanacs, Bibliographies, Dictionaries, Standard Histories and Other Printed Resources. The Library of Congress >> American Folklife Center. Volumes 1 and 2 of this encyclopedia include entries on a variety of subjects and persons related to the Korean War.
Volume 3 is a collection of primary documents, including public addresses, government documents, telegrams, reports, etc. Encyclopedia of Conflicts since World War II Call Number: Ref D E46 v Primary Korean Sources Guide This guide from the University of Chicago Library provides recommended sources and links to bibliographies and collections.
Please use interlibrary loan to request these materials if they are not available at BC Libraries. Korean War, conflict between Communist and non-Communist forces in Korea from Jto J At the end of World War II, Korea was divided at the 38th parallel into Soviet (North Korean) and U.S.
(South Korean) zones of occupation. Bruning, John R. (), Crimson Sky: The Air Battle for Korea, Riverside, NJ: Protomac Books Inc., ISBN Hallion, Richard P. The Naval Air War in Korea ().; Werrell, Kenneth P. (), Sabres over MiG Alley, Annapolis, MD: Naval Institution Press, ISBN Warrell, Kenneth P.
"Across the Yalu: Rules of Engagement and the Communist Air Sanctuary during the Korean War.". Korean War Almanac and Primary Sources (Book): Benson, Sonia: A comprehensive overview of the Korean War, including biographies and full or excerpted memoirs, speeches, and other source.
Gateway to Korean Studies Resources. The Harvard Korean studies bibliography: ZH Description: Research tool for quick access to o references, including more t abstracts on an array of topics from the Kabo Reforms to traditional Korean customs. This reference almanac examines how the Korean War was the first combat battle of the Cold War.
The book looks at how it is often called the forgotten war. This almanac would be good to have in a reference section in a high school s: 1. Library Type Toggle Library Type Content. Academic (9) Government & Special (3) Korean War Reference Library: Almanac and Primary Sources, 1st Edition UXL Korean War Reference Library: Biographies, 1st Edition.
A collection of primary source documents related to the Korean War. Obtained largely from Russian archives, the documents include reports on Chinese and Soviet aid to North Korea, allegations that America used biological weapons, and the armistice.
Korean War Reference Library (e-book) A very comprehensive resource. Covers the Korean War by exploring the major topics and events related to the period.
*Search by E-Table of Contents, E-book Index, or keyword.*. A selection of books/e-books available in Trible Library. includes "essential primary source documents related to the military history of Japan" Japan in Call Number: Online - Ebook Central.
ISBN: Selected Documents from a Translator's In-tray. A Korean War Captive in Japan, by Kang Hang. Call Number: DSK Get this from a library. Korean War. [Sonia Benson; Gerda-Ann Raffaelle] -- A comprehensive overview of the Korean War, including chronology, biographies, memoirs, speeches, and other source documents.
Almanac and primary sources --[v.2] Biographies. Series Title: U-X-L Korean War reference library. # U-X-L Korean War reference library. First Name Last Name, Book Title (City, State Abbreviation: Publisher, Year), page(s).
Example: Harry S. Truman, “President’s Address: Korean War Dismissal of General Douglas MacArthur,” (April ):quoted in Korean War: Almanac and Primary Sources, ed.
Sonia G. Benson and Gerda-Ann Raggaelle (New York, NY: UXL, The Gale Group.Korean War almanac by Harry G. Summers; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Handbooks, manuals, Korean War, Korean War, conflict (–53) between North Korea, aided by China, and South Korea, aided by the UN with the U.S.
as principal participant. At least million people lost their lives in the fighting, which ended in July with Korea still divided .