U.S. Army Center of Military History Historical Manuscripts Collection: The Korean War
U.S. participation in the war, plus U.S. relations with Korea immediately before and after, is documented in this unique collection of documents produced by the Military History Section of the Far East Command. Hundreds of documents created on the scene or shortly thereafter are included, such as after-action interviews and reports, orders, narratives, analyses, charts, maps, and photographs. Authoritative detail is provided on a great range of topics, from individual battles to logistical operations, treatment of prisoners, chemical warfare, and peace negotiations. The following small sample is typical of the documents included: "History of the Korean War...General Headquarters Support and Participation, 25 June 1950-30 April 1951," "After-action reports and interviews on numerous defensive and offensive actions, including Chosin Reservoir (Nov. 1950), and Heartbreak Ridge (Sept.-Oct. 1951), "Enemy Tactics," on guerilla activities, infiltration, and countermeasures, "8067th MASH," after-action interviews of mobile army surgical hospital personnel, "Korean Armistice Negotiations (July 1951-May 1952)," reporting on the meetings as well as the weaknesses of each side, and Communist methods of negotiations.