Taken together these three volumes indicate the variety of published works on the Korean War to appear during the past several years, coinciding with the fiftieth anniversary of that once-forgotten conflict. Only one of these books, however, Stueck’s Rethinking the Korean War, fol- lows the format of a conventional academic disquisition. Stueck, a distinguished professor of history at the University of Georgia, published his similar but much longer The Korean War: An International History (Princeton University Press) in 1995; that edition relied heavily on primary sources made available in the wake of the Soviet Union’s collapse and the slight but promising opening of China.
"The Korean War Remembered,"
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