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Hodge Podge: American Occupation Policy in Korea, 1945-1948
Lieutenant General John Reed Hodge was one of the most important people in recent Korean history. He served as the commander of the U.S. military occupation of southern Korea from September 1945 toExpand
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The Strategic Bombing of Germany, 1940–1945
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The Korean War in World History
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Containing the Cold War in East Asia: British Policies Towards Japan, China and Korea, 1948-53
Part 1 Japan: Britain, MacArthur and the occupation the road to a Japanese peace treaty Dulles visits London - the climax to Anglo-American negotiations the San Francisco conference and the end ofExpand
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Origins of the Korean War
Editor' Foreword. Preface. Acknowledgements. Abbreviations. 1. Korea, The Japanese Empire and the Pacific War. 2. The Establishment of Two Koreas. 3. The Approach of Confrontation in Korea. 4.Expand
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Korea's war at 60: A survey of the literature
This article provides a summary of current literature addressing the Korean conflict, from World War II until July 1953. It describes not only the content of major books and articles, but also keyExpand
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Northeast Asia and the Legacy of Harry S. Truman: Japan, China, and the Two Koreas
Harry S Truman made decisions as president that would have a decisive impact in determining the course of history in Northeast Asia after World War II. These essays examine how Truman acted toExpand
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