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The Korean War: How We Met the Challenge, How All-Out Asian War was Averted, Why MacArthur was Dismissed, Why Today's War Objectives Must be Limited by  Matthew B Ridgway - 1st Edition - 1967 - from Elk Creek Heritage Books and Biblio.co.uk

The Korean War: How We Met the Challenge, How All-Out Asian War was Averted, Why MacArthur was Dismissed, Why Today's War Objectives Must be Limited

by Ridgway, Matthew B

Condition: Very Good/Good


Garden City, NY, U.S.A.: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1967. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Good. Stated: First Edition. Hardcover in very good condition. Black boards with blue spine title block and gold colored spine lettering. Front and Back endpapers contain a map of Korea. Previous owner's bookplate pasted on front free endpaper. Text block clean & tight with no markings noted. Dust jacket in good condition with shelf & edge wear, rubbing at folds, some chipping, and age toning to the white background of back and inside flaps.Frontispiece of General Matthew B. Ridgway, from U.S. Army Photograph. Contains several sections of glossy black & white photographs and also a section of maps. Concludes with a Korean War Calendar, eleven Appendices, Bibliography, and Index. 291 numbered pages.


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