To Acknowledge a War: The Korean War in American Memory

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Military Unit Index
Argyll-Sutherland Highlanders Bn., 114
Black Watch, 114
Canadian Air Transport, 117
Capital Division (ROK), 99, 104
Combat Cargo Command, 113
Commonwealth Division, 114
Duke of Wellington, 114
Dutch Battalion, 118
Durham Light Infantry, 114
Far East Air Force, 112-113
French Bn, 101
Glosters, 114
Green Berets, 120
Independent Mortar, 114
Korean Argumentation of the U.S. Army (KATUSA), 104, 106
King's Own Scottish Borders
King's Royal Irish Hussars, 114
King's Shropshire Light Infantry, 114
King's Liverpool Regiment, 114
King's Own Scottish Borders, 114
Korean Military Advisory Group (KMAG), 105, 151
Leicestershire Regiment
Lord Strathcona's Horse Regiment, 114
Luxemburg Detachment, 117
Marine Air Wing, 79
Middlesex Bn, 114
Military Assistance Command Vietnam, 151
Military Sea Transport Service, 111
Norwegian Mobile Army Surgical Hospital (NORMASH), 115
Partisan (UNPIK), 11, 119, 120
Philippine Expeditionary Force, 115
Premier Bn. Francais de 1O.N.E, 118
Princess Patricia's Light Canadian Infantry, 114
Queen Sirik's Guard Unit, 115
Royal Australian Air Force, 114
Royal Canadian Air Force, 117
Royal Canadian Artillery, 114
Royal Canadian Horse, 114
Royal Canadian Regiment, 114
Royal Fusiliers, 114
Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards, 114
Royal Leicesters, 114
Royal New Zealand, 114
Royal Norfolk, 114
Royal Northumberland Fusiliers, 114
Royal Ulster Rifles, 114
Special Forces, 11
Task Force 7, 92
Task Force 7. 6, 92
Task Force 7, 70, 77, 95, 110, 111
Task Force 9.0, 90, 101
Task Force 9.5, 110
Task Force 96, 82

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Table of contents

  • Recent Titles in Contributions in Military Studies ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Chapter 1 - Introduction 1
  • Chapter 2 - The Long Silence 15
  • Chapter 3 - Naming the War 27
  • Chapter 4 - Who Is to Blame 41
  • Chapter 5 - Some of the Controversies 53
  • Chapter 6 - Leaders and Scoundrels 75
  • Chapter 7 - Operations 89
  • Chapter 8 - The United Nations Force 103
  • Chapter 9 - Revising the Revisionists 121
  • Chapter 10 - The Fighting Just Stopped 135
  • Chapter 11 - The Wrong War 147
  • Bibliography 155
  • Subject Index 163
  • Military Unit Index 173
  • About the Author 177
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