Reactions in Great Britain to United States Korean War Policies
Allen, Linda Jean
This paper does not deal with the war itself - militarily or historically, and only to a small extent politically. Only the basic movements and events of the war are stated. To provide the reader with the necessary background from which the attitudes discussed arise. These attitudes which are brought forward do not primarily concern the basic conflict between the hostile parties. Rather. they concern the relationship between two participating allies. More specifically. the reactions of Great Britain to the major policies and actions of the United States during the course of the Korean War will be considered.
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