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KOREAN WAR, 1950-1953


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MILITARY ASPECTS -- INTELLIGENCE


CONTENTS


BOOKS


Ameringer, Charles. U.S. Foreign Intelligence: The Secret Side of American History. Lexington, MA, Heath, 1990. 458p.
Korean War, pp 201-206.
Book call no.: 327.12 A512u

Finnegan, John P. Military Intelligence: A Picture History. Arlington, VA, U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command, 1985. 187p.
The Korean War, pp 116-127.
Book call no.: 355.34320973 F514m

O'Toole, G. J. Honorable Treachery: A History of U.S. Intelligence, Espionage, and Covert Action from the American Revolution to the C.I.A. New York, Atlantic Monthly Press, 1991. 591p.
Korean War, pp 440-442; 449-450.
Book call no.: 327.120973 O88h

Prados, John. Presidents' Secret Wars: CIA and Pentagon Covert Operations Since World War II. New York, Morrow, 1986. 480p.
Book call no.: 327.1206073 P896p

Sayer, Ian and Botting, Douglas. America's Secret Army: The Untold Story of the Counter Intelligence Corps. New York, Franklin Watts, 1989. 400p.
The Korean War, pp 365-368.
Book call no.: 327.12 S274a

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DOCUMENTS


Rand Corp. Strategic Surprise in the Korean War. Santa Monica, CA, 1962. 35p. (Report P-1800-1)
Doc. call no.: M-U 30352-16 no.1800-1

U.S. Air Force. Net Assessment Task Force. The Critical Properties of Sudden Attack: A Study Proposal. Washington, Nov 1976. 103p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 43019-3

U.S. Army Operations Research Office. FEC Psychological Warfare Operations: Intelligence. Washington, 1952. 52p. (ORO-T-28-FEC)
Doc. call no.: M-U 35044-2 no.28 (FEC)
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PERIODICALS


Arnold, Joseph. Omens and Oracles (Past intelligence failures). U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 106:47-53 Aug '80.

Ben-Zvi, Abraham. Hindsight and Foresight: A Conceptual Framework for the Analysis of Surprise Attacks. World Politics 28:381-395 Apr '76.

Bigelow, Michael. Disaster Along the Ch'ongch'on: Intelligence Breakdown in Korea. Military Intelligence, pp 11-16 Jul-Sep '92.

Cohen, Eliot. `Only Half the Battle': American Intelligence and the Chinese Intervention in Korea, 1950. Intelligence and National Security 5:129-149 Jan '90.

Finley, James. Nobody Likes To Be Surprised: Intelligence Failures. Military Intelligence 20:15-21+ Jan-Mar '94.

Foot, Rosemary. The Sino-American Conflict in Korea: The US Assessment of China's Ability To Intervene in the War. Asian Affairs 14:160-166 Jun '83.

Handleman, Howard. Did Communist Spies Lead to American Disaster in Korea? Pacific Defence Reporter 9:68 May '83.

Lintner, Bertil. The CIA's First Secret War. Far Eastern Economic Review 156:56-58 Sep 16 '93.

Moore, R. Scott. Recon-Pull: A Marriage of 2s and 3s. Marine Corps Gazette 74:71-75 Aug '90.

Nicholas, Jack D. The Element of Surprise in Modern Warfare. Air University Quarterly Review 8:3-20 Summer '56.

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[Table of Contents | Allied Participation | Communist Activities | General | Lessons | Limited War | Military Aspects // --Aerial Operations--Campaigns & Battles --Ground Operations--Intelligence --Logistics--Medicine--Naval Marine Operations--Psychological Warfare | Military-Civil Relations | Negotiations | Nuclear Issues | Origins | Political Aspects | Prisoners of War | Strategy | Truman-Macarthur Controversy | Unity of command]

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