Korea: The First War We Lost

Korea The First War We Lost This fast moving study is the first to be written by a professional army historian and capably challenges many of the traditional interpretations

  • Title: Korea: The First War We Lost
  • Author: Bevin Alexander
  • ISBN: 9780870521355
  • Page: 188
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This fast moving study is the first to be written by a professional army historian and capably challenges many of the traditional interpretations.

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      Published :2019-09-19T19:00:28+00:00

    About "Bevin Alexander"

    1. Bevin Alexander

      Bevin Alexander is an American military historian and author He served as an officer during the Korean War as part of the 5th Historical Detachment His book Korea The First War We Lost was largely influenced by his experiences during the war Bevin has served as a consultant and adviser to several groups due to his military expertise, including work for the Rand Corporation, work as a consultant for military simulations instituted by the United States Army Training and Doctrine Command, and as director of information at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia He was formerly on the president s staff as director of information at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va and is a retired adjunct professor of history at Longwood University, in Farmville, Virginia.

    184 thoughts on “Korea: The First War We Lost”

    1. A competently written historical account of the Korean War by a professional historian who commanded the Army's 5th Historical Detachment in 1951-1952 during the Korean War. As a result Mr. Alexander has an air of authenticity to his writing, much like Roy Appleman and T.R. Ferhenbach brought to their books about the war. The book is a large volume with 62 chapters and almost 600 pages. The chapters average 10 - 12 pages and examine individual battles - both military and political battles. There [...]


    2. When will the war between North Korea and South Korea be over? After the War 2,many countries have developed quickly because of peaceful life.Korea People really need HELP!


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