Korean War Order of Battle: United States, United Nations, and Communist Ground, Naval, and Air Forces, 1950-1953

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Greenwood Publishing Group, 2002 - 229 頁
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Using historical files kept by each of the armed services and nations involved in the Korean War, Rottman provides information on unit backgrounds, organization, manning, periods of service, insignia, weapons, casualties, and major commands including the Western, North Korean, Communist Chinese, and USSR forces.

The United Nation's first military action and America's first major Cold War action, the Korean War, frequently called the forgotten war, is well documented in studies and reports of specific actions and phases of the war. These sources, however, provide little order of battle information on most of the belligerents, particularly the non-U.S./UN and South Korean forces. Using the historical files kept by each armed service and each nation, Gordon Rottman provides information on combat units and major commands, including both Western forces and North Korean, Communist Chinese, and USSR forces. He has done an invaluable service for scholars and military buffs.

Filling a void that would not likely have been filled otherwise, the book provides information on unit backgrounds, organization, manning, periods of service, insignia, weapons, and casualties. The book will be a primary source for anyone, scholar or layman, interested in researching the Korean War.

 

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Rottman Ch1 pg1116
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Rottman Ch2 pg117124
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Rottman Ch3 pg125148
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Rottman Ch4 pg149160
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Rottman Ch5 pg161172
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Rottman Ch6 pg173184
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Rottman Ch7 pg185192
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RottmanAppAF pg193220
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RottmanBiblio pg221224
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RottmanIndex pg225230
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RottmanATA pg231
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第 xvi 頁 - Nations furnish such assistance to the Republic of Korea as may be necessary to repel the armed attack and to restore international peace and security in the area.
第 xvi 頁 - Noting with grave concern the armed attack upon the Republic of Korea by forces from North Korea, Determines that this action constitutes a breach of the peace, I.
第 xvi 頁 - THE SECURITY COUNCIL, HAVING DETERMINED THAT THE ARMED ATTACK UPON THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA BY FORCES FROM NORTH KOREA CONSTITUTES A BREACH OF THE PEACE, HAVING CALLED FOR AN IMMEDIATE CESSATION OF HOSTILITIES, AND HAVING...
第 xvi 頁 - NOTED from the report of the United Nations Commission for Korea that the authorities in North Korea have neither ceased hostilities nor withdrawn their armed forces to the 38th parallel and that urgent military measures are required to restore international peace and security, and HAVING NOTED the appeal from the Republic of Korea to the United Nations for immediate and effective steps to secure peace and security, Recommends that the Members of the United Nations furnish such assistance lo the...
第 xvi 頁 - HAVING CALLED FOR an immediate cessation of hostilities, and "HAVING CALLED UPON the authorities of North Korea to withdraw forthwith their armed forces to the 38th parallel, and "HAVING NOTED from the report of the United Nations Commission for Korea that the authorities in North Korea have neither ceased hostilities nor withdrawn their armed forces to the...

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GORDON L. ROTTMAN is an independent author. His books include World War II Pacific Island Guide: A Geo-Military Study (Greenwood, 2001) and U.S. Marine Corps World War II Order of Battle: Ground and Air Units in the Pacific War, 1939-1945 (Greenwood, 2001).

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