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Upon hearing the news of the Chinese Army's appearance on the Korean peninsula, President Truman turned to his trusted advisers:

"At 11 a.m. the President spoke first to General Bradley. How bad, he wanted to know, would the casualties be? 'Very bad, I'm afraid, sir. It is too early for an accurate estimate, but our losses will be heavy.' Then President asked how serious the situation was. 'Critical,' was Bradley's terse response."

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The River and The Gauntlet: Defeat of the Eighth Army by The Chinese Communist Forces - November, 1950

     


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The Critical Situation in Korea  (Pathfinder Magazine, 1950)

The Critical Situation in Korea  (Pathfinder Magazine, 1950)

The Critical Situation in Korea  (Pathfinder Magazine, 1950)

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