Table of contents for Korea / edited by Kevin Hillstrom.

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Table of Contents
Series Foreword
Preface
Introduction
How to Use This Book
Important People, Places, and Terms
Chronology 
Narrative Overview
Prologue		 
Chapter One		"Land of the Morning Calm"
Chapter Two		The Aftermath of World War II 
Chapter Three 		Invasion and United Nations Response
Chapter Four		U.S. Forces Move In
Chapter Five		The Inchon Invasion 
Chapter Six		The Liberation of Seoul 
Chapter Seven 		Enter the Chinese 
Chapter Eight		Changes in Command 
Chapter Nine		Two Years of Bloody Stalemate 
Chapter Ten		War Crimes of the Korean War 
Chapter Eleven 		The Legacy of the Korean War
Biographies
Dwight D. Eisenhower	
President of the United States at the End of the Korean War
Kim Il Sung
Premier of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea)
Douglas MacArthur
U.S. Army General; First Commander of UN Forces in Korea
Syngman Rhee
President of the Republic of Korea (South Korea)
Matthew P. Ridgway
U.S. Army General; Succeeded MacArthur as Commander of UN Forces in Korea 
Harry S. Truman
President of the United States at the Beginning of the Korean War
Primary Sources
President Harry S. Truman Explains "The Truman Doctrine," March 12, 1947 
United Nations Security Council Resolution, June 25, 1950 
United Nations Security Council Resolution, June 27, 1950
President Truman Reacts to North Korean Invasion, June 27, 1950 
United States Constitution, Article 1, Section 8 	
An Oral History by Frank Pace, Jr., Secretary of the Army during the Korean War
CIA Analysis of the Invasion of South Korea 
Troop Recollections from the Early Days of the War 
Supply Difficulties during the Korean War 	
Defeat at Chosin Reservoir 
President Truman's Radio Report to the American People on Korea and on U.S. Policy in the Far East
An Account by U.S. Soldier Akira Chikami on Becoming a Prisoner of War 
"Our Mistakes in Korea" by Brigadier General S.L.A. Marshall
Sources for Further Study
Bibliography
Photo Credits
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Korean War, 1950-1953.
Korean War, 1950-1953 -- Participation, American.