Truth and Causes of Korean War
This is a report of the internal reasons of why Korean war happened, written in the perspective of not Korean, but an American who has studied in Korea University with his areas of specialization include international relations, Chinese modern history, comparative politics, and the politics of both the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and the Republic of Korea. Thus, this book could reflect many perspectives of korean war far more clearly than other books.
Author Kim Chan Soo
Korean War from My Memory
The author, who went through the terrors of Korean War amidst the soldiers, wrote down what he felt and experienced. Through his miserable and painful memoir, even younger generation can feel the pain and the desperation, the worst sides of a war, that they have never faced and learn the value of today’s world.
Author Park Tae Gyun
The Korean War
Korean war, though happened between two small countries, affected many countries from neighbouring country like china and even far away country like US. For three years during which Korean War took place, estimated 1.5.million soldiers died in korea. In this book, the author tries to explain the relationship between the countries and impacts of this war on current international affairs through quite a different view from common paradigm.