Three years of war in Korea

Kearney, Vincent S.
July 1953
America;7/4/1953, Vol. 89 Issue 14, p355
The author highlights information on the three consecutive years of battle in Korea. The author overviews several events happened in the country during the war including the aggression happened in June 1950, the hostility among the country's security council, and the issue concerning limited war. The author mentions the intervention of the U.S. during the war.


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