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Fehrenbach wrote This Kind of War about ten years after he served in Korea as an Army officer. Although doesn’t mention his Korean War experiences anywhere in his book, Fehrenbach’s disillusionment with how the war was fought at all levels fairly drips from each page.
Fehrenbach wrote This Kind of War about ten years after he served in Korea as an Army officer. His main criticism is that the United States was very much unprepared to fight a major land war in Asia – or anywhere else, for that matter.
This Kind of War. Author Biography. During World War II, . Fehrenbach served with the . Infantry and Engineers as Platoon Sergeant with the 3189th Engineer Battalion.
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This Kind of War originally appeared in 1963 with the subtitle of A Study in Unpreparedness and was republished in. .Fehrenbach’s framework is tragic.
Although This Kind of War starts with a quotation from Sun Tzu, Fehrenbach adopts a Clausewitzian approach. The United States was unprepared to fight a limited war halfway around the world and when it intervened it overreached before finally winning partial victory and painful wisdom.
This Kind of War: The Classic Korean War History.
Rethinking the Korean War: A New Diplomatic and Strategic History. Princeton U. Press, 2002. Halberstam, David (2007), The Coldest Winter: America and the Korean War, New York, NY: Hyperion Books, ISBN 1401300529. Gunacgun, Ilker (2011), Sakin Sabahlar Ülkesi, Istanbul, Turkey: Sokak Kitapları Yayınları, ISBN 9789944205429.
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