Gruenberg presents the latest volume in a series for students and general readers interested in learning more about the most profound events in U.S. history. The text includes a narrative overview of the origins and progression of the Korean War and its lasting impact on America's political and cultural landscape; biographical accounts of key figures associated with the conflict; a primary sources section, including official documents, papers and resolutions, speeches, letters, memoirs, and editorials; a glossary of key people, places, and terms; a detailed chronology; b&w photographs of leading figures and major events, and maps; an annotated list of noteworthy works for further study; and an extensive bibliography. The author is development manager for Omnigraphics, Inc. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
About the Author
Leif A. Gruenberg is a journalist who has written extensively on a variety of topics for various national magazines, including Better Investing. He lives in Detroit, Michigan.