Author(s): Ian McGibbon
An overview of New Zealand's military and naval operations in the Korean War. The book relates how a force of civilian volunteers created one of the best artillery regiments in the UN Forces in Korea, and describes the activities of the drivers, sappers, signallers and others.
Signed copy, First Edition printed in 1996. Hardback with dust jacket in Good + condition.
"This is the definitive work on the subject....Highly recommended for upper-division undergraduates and above."--Choice
.,."rich, varied and highly readable book, one which adds additional lustre to the long and distinguished tradition of official military histories published in New Zealand."--The Journal of Military History
"Like volume 1, this is a richly illustrated work and contains many appendices with documentation of New Zealand's military involvement in the conflict, and it should be of considerable interest to the serious scholar of the Korean War. The New Zealand government and Ian McGibbon should be congratulated for continuing the tradition of serious scholarship in the documentation of the history of New Zealand's armed forces."--Naval War College Review