This course will cover the post-World War II situation in Korea, the initial invasion, and the battles that would result. A blatantly unprepared occupation army from Japan, lack of domestic support, UN forces, the Chinese intervention, and specific battles will be covered. Also discussed will be the military and political similarities of the French Indochina War with the Korean War during the 1950-1953 period. Course charts and a source-reading list will be available for class members. Photos, maps, and videos will be a major portion of the class, questions and discussions are encouraged.
1970-1988 U.S. Army veteran, service to include; Vietnam, Georgia National Guard, U.S. Army Reserves, Commissioned officer Georgia State Defense Force. Retired telecommunications & networking fields, since 2002, over 30 years work-service. Married 26 years, 2 children.
Author of 8 historical softbound books, local history, family history & articles for N.C. County Heritage series.
Over 10 lectures since 2014 on local Civil War history; county historical societies, libraries, Woodstock Welcome Center & various veteran groups.
Current Projects: The Civil War in Pickens County, Vietnam Veteran project & Guerrilla War in Georgia.
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