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by Billy C. Mossman

Author: Billy C. Mossman
Subcategory: Military
Language: English
Publisher: University Press of the Pacific (June 29, 2005)
Pages: 572 pages
Category: History
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Ebb and Flow records an important chapter in the Korean War, the period from late November 1950 to early July 1951 when battle lines did indeed ebb and flow in pronounced surges.

Ebb and Flow records an important chapter in the Korean War, the period from. Ebb and Flow records an important chapter in the Korean War, the period from late November 1950 to early July 1951 when battle lines did indeed ebb and flow in pronounced surges.

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United States Army in the Korean War: Ebb and Flow November 1950-July 1951. p. 248. This article incorporates text from this source, which is in the public domain.

Billy C Mossman, US Army Center of Military History. Ebb and Flow records an important chapter in the Korean War, the period from late November 1950 to early July 1951 when battle lines did indeed ebb and flow in pronounced surges

Billy C Mossman, US Army Center of Military History.

Ebb and Flow records an important chapter in the Korean War. It begins with the last weeks of the pell-mell rush of United Nations forces to the Chinese border and goes on to describe in great detail the test of American military leadership and resources posed by the taxing retreat of the Eighth Army and X Corps across the frozen wastes of North Korea. It also examines the special problems posed to a fighting army during the deadly months of stalemate in the summer of 1951. The part of the war described in this volume raises many questions for the military strategist and provides a treasure trove of lessons for the student of the art of war. The book emphasizes the limitations imposed by terrain and weather on the fighting capabilities of an American army facing surprise attack from a large, disciplined enemy. The operations it describes in such careful detail will help vivify the principles of war for those who would study the profession of arms.