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The Korean War (1950-1953)

Author Name: Col C. P. Ramchandani | Format: Paperback | Genre : Educational & Professional | Other Details

This book covers the gripping tale of The Korean War and is a valuable resource for students of military history keen to understand the power play in the geopolitical arena during the period that followed the Second World War. 
The Korean War is about the guts and glory of those soldiers who braved the severe winters, walked through minefields into the barrage of artillery, and sacrificed their lives, fighting from one battle to another for a long haul of three years, fighting a war they did not deserve. 
At the end of the Korean conflict, both sides were almost exactly where they started, at an enormous cost in human life and property.

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Col C. P. Ramchandani

Col (Dr) C.P. Ramchandani is an alumnus of Defence Services Staff College and a Corps of Engineers officer who held several strategic defence appointments before his retirement. He is also an internationally acclaimed author with many books and articles covering a wide range of subjects. 
This book is an attempt at compiling information on the much forgotten Korean War, written primarily for students of Military History, it covers all the essential facets of the campaign that the reader will find interesting. 



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