Mao's Military Romanticism China and the Korean War, 1950-1953Author:
Publisher: University Press of Kansas
Summary: "Breaks new ground in analyzing China's decision to enter the war and its subsequent struggle to hold its own against the world's most powerful nation. Should stand for some time as the standard comprehensive treatment of China in the Korean War". -- William Stueck, author of The Korean War. "Offers provocative insights into Mao's thinking about strategy, tactics, and the human costs of warfare. Highly recommended". ...-- John Lewis Gaddis, author of The Long Peace. [read more]
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