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Pork Chop Hill by S. L. A. Marshall

Pork Chop Hill

by S. L. A. Marshall

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A very readable book about an almost forgotten battle in almost forgotten war.S.L.A. Marshall went to Korea as a war correspondent . At the request of the army he spent his time intereviewing the troops as they came back from patrols and battles to analyze our methods to see if they were working (this is the same thing he was doing in WW2). This book is the result of those interviews and gives an almost minute by minute account of the battle. A must read for any military history buff. ( )
  usnmm2 | Feb 3, 2008 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0425175057, Mass Market Paperback)

A first-hand account of the battle which became legendary in the annals of combat--a dramatic true story of war at its most brutal...and of military valor at its best.

"A distinguished contribution to the literature of war."--The New York Times

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