By Michael O?Quinlivan, James S. Santelli
This bibliography includes unclassified booklet dealing in entire or major half with Marine Corps operations and similar issues within the Korean warfare.
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Extra resources for An annotated bibliography of the United States Marine Corps in the Korean War
Davis, USMC . " Gazette, v . 36, no . 4 (Apr 1952), pp . 42-49 . illus . Marine Corp s Requirements of cold-weather operations based upon experiences i n the Chosin campaign . 325 . MSgt Spence Gartz, USMC . " (Mar 1953), pp . 16-23 . illus . Leatherneck, v . 36, no . 3 Training area at Camp Pendleton consisting, in part, of a moc k Korean village for use in combat training replacements slated for th e Korean zone . 326 . " pp . 16-21 . illus . Leatherneck, v . 36, no . 1 (Jan 1953) , Activities of the training unit at Camp Pendleton which readie d Marine replacement drafts for Korea .
31,l 186 . illus . A brief story of Reckless' exploits with the Marines . 348 . " The Saturday Evening Post , v . 228, no . 17 (Oct 22, 1955), pp . 22-23, 48, 52, 55-56 . illus . Story of Reckless' journey to the U . S . and her reunion wit h the men who knew her in Korea . 349 . 2dLt Bob Gray, USMCR . " 1952), pp . 43-45 . illus . Leatherneck, v . 35, no . 8 (Aug Front line Marines on three day rest and rehabilitation libert y in Seoul . 350 . SSgt Curtis W . Jordan, USMC . " (Jun 1952), pp . 24-29 .
Lynn Montross . " Marine Corps Gazette, v . 36, no . 9 (Sep 1952), pp . 24-31 . , maps . Operations of the 1st Engineer Battalion and the 1st Shore Part y Battalion, 15 Sep 1950 ca . 11 Oct 1951 . Col Glenn D . Morgan, USMC . " Marine Corps Gazette, v . 36, no . 1 (Jan 1952), pp . 38-40 . illus . Discusses the difficulties of serving hot meals in Korea . SSgt Robert W . Tallent, USMC . " Leatherneck, v . 34 , no . 7 (Jul 1951), pp . 14-21 . illus . Role of Company C, 1st Motor Transport Battalion, in the logistica l support of the 1st Marine Division, early 1951 .
An annotated bibliography of the United States Marine Corps in the Korean War by Michael O?Quinlivan, James S. Santelli