Students writing a paper on this topic should review the history of the war to get ideas.
In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: Matray and Donald W. William Stueck James I. At best, encyclopedias of wars and historiographical volumes of the same are dull compendiums of information and ideas that provide useful references to buffs, factcheckers, and non-specialists.
This volume of 32 essays focusing on the historiography of the Korean War is much more.
Senior scholars James I. Matray, a diplomatic historian, and Donald W. At minimum, the essay authors effectively describe the secondary literature and sources available on the topics assigned to them; at most they provide insights on the [End Page ] strengths and limitations of that literature based in part on their own research and suggest avenues for future study.
Steven Casey, the author of the leading study of the U. Of special note is his emphasis on a long-forgotten analysis by Alonzo Hamby in that offered an insightful discussion of the differences between domestic dissent during the Korean and Vietnam Wars and the sources thereof, a needed reminder that some scholarship actually improves with age.
More a discussion of events than of scholarship, the essay should be a starting-point for people seeking a basic understanding of the topic. Among other things, the result is a provocative discussion of the U. Unlike most of the other authors, Robert M. Collins integrates Korean-language sources into his discussion of both the secondary literature and his own research on the North Korean army.
His crisply written essay leaves the reader wishing only that Collins had had more space to develop his penetrating generalizations. In focusing on the issue of prisoners of war, Charles S.
Young devotes his attention primarily to Americans who were captured by the enemy or went missing. His coverage of the small literature on those in the latter group, including those whose remains were either never found or were identified only many years later, will be highly informative to most readers, even those with expertise on the Korean War.
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