The author, a young conscript, fought with The Glorious Glosters at the legendary Imjin River battle. Heavily outnumbered by the Chinese and subjected to 'human wave' infantry attacks, he and his colleagues suffered the trauma of being over-run. Dave and those who were not killed became POWs having to endure appalling conditions for over two years. This fighting soldier's memoir brings home some most unpalatable truths. AUTHOR: David Herbert Greene is Chariman of the Department of English at New York University. He is the author of the official biography of the Irish dramatist John Millington Synge, and is the co-editor of "e;One Thousand Years of Irish Prose"e;. Professor Greene has written many articles about Anglo-Irish literature. in 1962-1963 he was the recipient of a Fulbright Research appointment in Ireland.
Captured at the Imjin River: the Korean War Memoirs of a Gloster
Pen and Sword
The Korean War Memoirs of a Gloster
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