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KOREAN WAR, 1950-1953


[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]


NUCLEAR ISSUES


CONTENTS


BOOK


Ryan, Mark. Chinese Attitudes Toward Nuclear Weapons: China and the United States During the Korean War. Armonk, NY, Sharpe, 1989. 327p.
Book call no.: 355.033551 R989c

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PERIODICALS

Calingaert, Daniel. Nuclear Weapons and the Korean War. Journal of Strategic Studies 11:177-202 Jun '88.

Dingman, Roger. Atomic Diplomacy During the Korean War. International Security 13:50-91 Winter '88-'89.

Foot, Rosemary. Nuclear Coercion and the Ending of the Korean Conflict. International Security 13:92-112 Winter '88-'89.

Keefer, Edward. President Dwight D. Eisenhower and the End of the Korean War. Diplomatic History 10:267-289 Summer '86.

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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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