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There's nothing wrong with turning a critical eye to the events of the past, but Cumings does so with far too much glee and obvious disdain for American action.Published 4 months ago by Dennison Richter
While reading through the reviews of Bruce Cummings "The Korean War" I noticed more than one reviewer complain that Cummings book isn't a history of the war. Read morePublished 5 months ago by S Wood
This book has only 35 pages of actual history. Even this much was a torturous read, as the author makes up numbers and puts the US in the worst light possible.Published 6 months ago by JON
Was doing research on the Korean War. Not many books out there on the subject. Was truly a forgotten war. Was good and informative. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Barton J. Gilbert
This book comes across like a political diatribe against U.S. imperialist aggression and atrocities by an apologist rather than a history of the conflict. Read morePublished 13 months ago by David J. Mastrianni
Unlike most histories devoted to wars, and in particular to this conflict, the viewpoint is more concerned with geopolitical and economic considerations. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Robert D. Read