The Scariest Place in the World

The Scariest Place in the World

A Marine Returns to North Korea

Large Print - 2005
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Half a century after he fought there as a young Marine lieutenant, James Brady returns to the brooding Korean ridgelines and mountains to sound taps for a generation. With consummate skill Brady summons up the past and illuminates the present, be it the Korea of "the forgotten war," the Yanks who fought there long ago, or today's soldiers standing as wary sentinels over "the scariest place in the world."
Publisher: Waterville, Me. : Thorndike Press, 2005
Edition: Large print ed
ISBN: 9780786278114
Branch Call Number: 951.9042 B729a2 2005a
Characteristics: 469 p. (large print) : map ; 23 cm


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Mar 02, 2016

This book was more about the love that men in war develop for one another while going through something really difficult than about Korea. It was OK, but I was hoping to learn more about Korea.


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