Jon Halliday, 23 May 1985
Show More The Korean War: History and Tactics edited by David Rees.
Orbis, 128 pp., £7.99, September 1984, 0 85613 649 2Show More
Der Koreakrieg 1950 bis 1953: Das Scheitern der Amerikanischen Aggression gegen die KDVR by Olaf Groehler.
Militarverlag der Deutschen Demokratischen Republik, 120 pp., DM 6.50Show More
The Rainy Spell, and Other Korean Stories translated by Suh Ji-moon.
Onyx, 255 pp., £12.95, December 1984, 9780906383179Show More
The Complete Book of MASH by Suzy Kalter.
Columbus, 240 pp., £15.95, October 1984, 0 86287 080 1Show More
The Last Days of MASH by Alan Alda and Arlene Alda.
Columbus, 150 pp., £8.95, July 1984, 0 88101 008 1Show More
“... On 5 July 1953, three weeks before the end of the Korean War, Winston Churchill was about to step out onto the croquet lawn with his doctor, Lord Moran, and with Field Marshal Montgomery, when Monty asked him: ‘What is our policy in Korea? It is no good making war without a policy.’ Churchill replied with a reference to the President of South Korea: If I were in charge, I would withdraw the United Nations troops to the coast and leave Syngman Rhee to the Chinese ...”