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Kelly, C. Brian
March 1998
Military History;Mar98, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p74
Focuses on General Douglas MacArthur's argument for the approval of his proposed landing at Inchon during the Korean War, which is high on the west coast of the embattled Korean peninsula. Factors posed as problems that made Inchon impossible to be seized; Reasons given by MacArthur that would make landing on Inchon possible.


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