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|Explores the lesser-known elements of heroism and pathos that marked the Korean War and evaluates political decisions and miscalculations on both sides of the conflict.|
|" --The Washington Times "Trotter's account is the best one yet of this unique war." --The Virginian-Pilot This is a book of battles--savagely fought, often with great heroism on both sides, under brutal, subarctic conditions.|
|Gradually Marko learns that Karl’s whole family was killed by the Russians. And Karl has a secret–he’s really Kaari, a girl who joined up to get revenge for her family’s deaths. From the Hardcover edition.|
|The. War. is. Lost: December. 26th. Boxing Day, the holiday observed in Britain |
on the day after Christmas, was distinctly unfestive in the skies over Europe, In
England, the conditions were particularly bad with a freezing fog that promised ...
David S. Meyer - 1990 - 294 pages
|Thus a U.S. president is effectively held hostage to his own willingness to risk an |
all-out nuclear war by attacking civilian ... A nuclear war can be "won" by inflicting
"unacceptable" damage upon an enemy while limiting damage to the United ...
|This is a masterful volume on remembrance and war in the twentieth century. Jay Winter locates the fascination with the subject of memory within a long-term trajectory that focuses on the Great War.|
|Now Winter of the World picks up right where the first book left off, as its five interrelated families—American, German, Russian, English, and Welsh—enter a time of enormous social, political, and economic turmoil beginning with the ...|
|How Wars Were Won and Lost on the Railways Christian Wolmar ... capture |
Leningrad or Moscow before the winter set in, enabling them to retain the
initiative that was lost in the snow of the winter of 1941, thereby greatly
prolonging the war.
|yellow and the evening air was tangy with a hint of winter. A life was waiting in |
which wars would never be fought, in which wars could never be won. There was
talk of forming an organization of the world's major powers, to be called the
|The 13 Rules of War from Ancient Greece to the War on Terror Bevin Alexander. |
with their own cannons and the ... Instead he marched to the Rhineland. which
gained him nothing but secure winter quarters. As a result. Tilly raised new forces