List of primary and secondary sources on the cold war jump to the origins of the cold war in europe international perspectives 1994 stueck jr william w the korean war an international history 1995 vandiver frank e shadows of vietnam lyndon johnsons wars 1997 williams kirrian. This first truly international history of the korean war argues that by its timing its course and its outcome it functioned as a substitute for world war iii stueck draws on recently available materials from seven countries plus the archives of the united nations presenting a detailed narrative of the diplomacy of the conflict and a broad assessment of its critical role in the cold war. The korean war eur two different perspectives the perspective from the peopleeurtms republic of china the peopleeurtms republic of china regarded america as acting as an imperialistic aggressor who not only interfered in inter korean affairs without any justification but who also interfered in inter chinese affairs. Haruki wadas latest book the korean war an international history not be to confused with william stuecks book of the same name uses multiple perspectives to tell one grand story wada . Drawing on archival and other primary sources in russia china the united states south korea taiwan and japan the author moves beyond national histories to provide the first comprehensive understanding of the korean war as an international conflict from the perspective of all of the major actors
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