[Read] ➼ Breakout ➹ Martin Russ – Writerscompany.co.uk

Breakout On General Douglas MacArthur S Orders, A Force Of 12,000 U.S Marines Were Marching North To The Yalu River In Late November 1950 These Three Regiments Of The 1st Marine Division Strung Out Along Eighty Miles Of A Narrow Mountain Road Soon Found Themselves Completely Surrounded By 60,000 Chinese Soldiers Despite Being Given Up For Lost By The Military Brass, The 1st Marine Division Fought Its Way Out Of The Frozen Mountains, Miraculously Taking Thier Dead And Wounded With Them As They Ran The Gauntlet Of Unceasing Chinese Attacks.This Is The Gripping Story That Martin Russ Tells In His Extraordinary Book Breakout Is An Unforgettable Portrayal Of The Terror And Courage Of Men As They Face Sudden Death, Making The Bloody Battles Of The Korean Hills And Valleys Come Alive As They Never Have Before.

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10 thoughts on “Breakout

  1. says:

    A gripping, thorough, and compelling history of the Chosin reservoir campaign and the unbelievable courage displayed by the Marines there.Russ clearly and vividly lays out the conditions of the 1st Marine Division an

  2. says:

    This book is nothing short of a detailed and excellent account of the Chosin Reservoir Campaign The book wasn t about the politics, though this shows up a bit in the early part of the book and for what political components th

  3. says:

    read this a long time ago and remember it being good sobering, but well worth the read

  4. says:

    If Korea was the forgetten war, then the writer did a good job of finding soldiers who remembered every detail For example, the Marine who found his feet unusually warm one morning, only to find a Chinese soldier sleeping at the bottom of his

  5. says:

    This is an excellent account of this famous battle The mix of high level view down to the foxhole perspective works really well The bravery of these Marines in the face of overwhelming odds and atrocious weather conditions is stirring Read this one and

  6. says:

    I picked this up for an extra credit essay in History class I ended up not needing to do the essay, so I read the book for its own sake I m glad that I did The Korean War is often referred to as the forgotten war in the US While there s a glut of films on both

  7. says:

    Absolutely fantastic re telling My Dad served in Korea, after coming as a Basque immigrant escaping Franco on the Spanish side, he served to become a US citizen recommended this book There are several others I ll be reading as well Recommend for all you history buffs li

  8. says:

    A most amazing and detailed report of a horrendous USMC episode.

  9. says:

    One of the better accounts I have read.

  10. says:

    Incredible heroism At times difficult to tell what was going on due to the proliferation of names ranks units, but gripping nonetheless

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