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Refighting the last war
D. Clayton James
|Statement||D. Clayton James with Anne Sharp Wells.|
|Contributions||Wells, Anne Sharp.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||400|
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IT IS AN oft-cited maxim that in all the conflicts of the past century, the United States has refought its last war. A number of analysts and journalists have mentioned the war in Vietnam recently in connection with Afghanistan. (1) Perhaps fearful of taking this analogy too far, most have backed away from it. Get this from a library! Refighting the last war: command and crisis in Korea, [D Clayton James; Anne Sharp Wells] -- Now, during the 40th anniversary of the Korean War, distinguished historian D. Clayton James offers a brilliant reinterpretation of that conflict. Focusing on the critical issue of command, he shows.
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He appeared on NBC’s ‘Today’ show in and was interviewed on Voice of America in James wrote four books with his assistant, Anne Sharp Wells: A Time for Giants (), Refighting the Last War (), From Pearl Harbor to V-J Day (), and America and the Great War, ().4/5.
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James (The Year of MacArthur), writing with freelancer Sharp, discusses the five principal American commanders of the Korean War (President Truman, Generals MacArthur, Matthew Ridgway and Mark Clark, and Admiral C.
Turner Joy) and six crucial command decisions they made during the three-year conflict. Refighting the Last War: Command and Crisis in Korea D. Clayton James Now, during the 40th anniversary of the Korean War, distinguished historian D. Clayton James offers a brilliant reinterpretation of that conflict.
Title: Refighting the Last War: Command and Crisis in Korea Author: Anne Sharp Wells, D. Clayton James Book Description: This book examines the Korean War, the paradigm of America’s conflicts with communism. He argues that, like so many wars, the Korean War was fought broadly along the lines of the war before, World War II.
Read "Refighting the Last War" by D. Clayton James available from Rakuten Kobo. Distinguished historian D. Clayton James offers a brilliant reinterpretation of the Korean War conflict. Focusing on the Brand: Free Press. Distinguished historian D. Clayton James offers a brilliant reinterpretation of the Korean War conflict.
Focusing on the critical issue of command, he shows how the Korean War is a key to understanding American decision-making in all military encounters since World War II.
"Refighting the Last War" is a meaty book and demonstrates that even starting from (and finishing with) a wrongheaded premise does not preclude an incisive analysis as long as /5.
This readable study diverges from the usual chronological narrative of the Korean War. Military Reading List. Military Books & Recommended Reading Lists Refighting the Last War: Command and Crisis in Korea Author Book analyzes the ground-level results and long-term consequences of command decisions, and explores the course the.
The terrible losses of the American Civil War, the Boer War, the Russo-Japanese War, and, above all, the First World War are part of the reason “fighting the last war” has become shorthand for murderous folly. The blood price paid on the Somme and at Verdun is seen as eloquent condemnation of military rigidity.
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It has attracted an enormous amount of academic attention and. It is It is three years into World War I. The armies of France, the United Kingdom, Russia, the United States, and ten other countries are battling the Central Powers; led by the German Empire, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, and the Ottoman Empire.
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