The Coldest Winter: America and the Korean War
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|Subject||Korean War, 1950–1953 – United States|
|Published||September 25, 2007 (Hyperion Books, New York)|
|Media type||Print (hardcover)|
|Pages||xi, 719 pp (first edition)|
|LC Class||DS919 .H35 2007|
The book, written more than half a century after the Korean War, looks at the war from a different perspective than previously written works on the war by various authors.
Quotes pay homage to an earlier Korean War author T. R. Fehrenbach, and The Coldest Winter mentions Fehrenbach's combat experience, something that Fehrenbach never mentions for himself in his seminal work, This Kind of War.
- Millett, Allan (April 2008). "The coldest winter: America and the korean war". Naval History: 68–69. Retrieved March 6, 2016.
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- Panel discussion at the Library of Congress on The Coldest War with U.S. Army veterans of the Korean War, September 29, 2007
- TimesTalks panel discussion on The Coldest War with Dexter Filkins, Frances FitzGerald, Leslie H. Gelb, Joseph C. Goulden, Don Oberdorfer, William W. Stueck, and Bernard E. Trainor, September 25, 2007
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