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  • This product had a total of 83 reviews as of our last analysis date on Jan 4 2020.
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Excellent transaction No problem of any kind All as advertised Recommended Would buy again Rated A+

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Great book about the perseverance of the Marines when faced by insurmountable odds, while the Army was suffering its worst defe...  Read More


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    So too, are the battle’s chief antagonists—the disciplined and committed fighters sent over the yalu river by communist china.


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    He (or she) who expects a quick-read “shoot-em up” tale of battlefield heroics will be surprised.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    The obscure history of korea and how it was dragged into the twentieth century is reviewed, as is its tortured history with its neighbors and the greater world.


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    Of particular interest to this reviewer is cleaver’s reminder of how swiftly the nation’s army fell into neglect and disrepair following world war ii.


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    Of how dreadfully trained, poorly disciplined and ill-prepared the u.


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    Army units in the far east were.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Army's soldiers during this early part of the korean fight was lacking.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    And they did so because of an inculcated marine corps ethos that demanded they be hard-trained and ready to fight as brothers.

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