Marino, James I.
April 2003
Military History;Apr2003, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p42
Describes the battle for Pork Chop Hill fought by U.S. and Chinese forces during the Korean War in April 1953. Details of offensive and defensive strategies; Casualties; Importance of the battle to peace negotiations.


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