By Michael O?Quinlivan, James S. Santelli
This bibliography contains unclassified ebook dealing in entire or major half with Marine Corps operations and similar concerns within the Korean struggle.
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35, no . 4 (Apr 1952), pp . 54-55 . 358 . MSgt H . B . Wells, USMC . " no . 7 (Jul 1953), pp . 14-19, 72 . illus . illus . Scenes from the Warner Brothers' motion picture re-creating th e action at the Reservoir and utilizing many veterans of the operation . Leatherneck, v . 36 , A composite organization under the 1st Marine Division, made u p of U . S . Army, Navy, and Marine personnel and Korean Marines, Army , and National Police, Mar 1952 ff . 359 . " pp . 26-29 . illus . zone . Leatherneck, v .
35, no . 5 (May 1951), pp . 22-25 . diagrs . Proposal for changes in infantry organization based upon th e author's experiences in the early part of the Korean War . 335 . lstLt Henry J . Witkowski, USMC . " Marine Corps Gazette , v . 36, no . 4 (Apr 1952), pp . 20-21 . , diagrs . General discussion of the value of bunkers, plus some ideas o n bunkers drawn from experiences in the Korean War . 336 . Capt Ralph C . Wood, USMC . " Marine Corps Gazette, v . 36 , no . 10 (Oct 1952), pp . 18-23 . illus .
Illus . Leatherneck, v . 35, no . 6 Marines on shore-fire-control party duty on the islands of Wonsa n harbor . 351 . " Collier's, v . 128 (Oct 20, 1951), p . 10 . illus . A very brief article on the use of a Captured Communist horse . 352 . " 74, 79 . illus . Leatherneck, v . 36, no . 4 (Apr 1953), pp . 34-35 . Letters of U1 Mun Chung, a Korean interpreter, describing hi s service with the 7th Marines, Sep 1950 ff . 353 . Lynn Montross . " v . 39, no . 6 (Jun 1955), pp . 10-16 . illus . Marine Corps Gazette , General review of the subject with emphasis on the developmen t of body armor at the Naval Medical Field Research Laboratory at Camp Lejeune and its combat employment by Marines in Korea, Feb 1952 ff .
An annotated bibliography of the United States Marine Corps in the Korean War by Michael O?Quinlivan, James S. Santelli