Korean Title: 브루스 커밍스의 한국전쟁 - 전쟁의 기억과 분단의 미래
Author: Bruce Cumings
Publisher: Hyunsil Culture
416 pages / 152 * 224mm / 776g
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About This Book
Everything about the Korean War, which was organized by Bruce Cummings, a chair professor at the University of Chicago, who changed the paradigm of the Korean War and the study of modern and contemporary history. It is a masterpiece that reflects new feed and is written in very easy handwriting.
The author does not focus solely on the beginning and development of the Korean War, but rather on the confrontation between the "resistance forces" and the "subsidiary forces" since the 1930s, the Japanese colonial eras, measures in Japan and South Korea driven by the U.S. strategy for East Asia, and North Korea and China.It looks back on the impact of various factors, including relations between Russia, and looks broadly at how the confrontation, which has since been stuck in the form of division, has continued so far.
And unless they understand the fundamental cause of the confrontation, they say they can't find a solution to the ongoing crisis on the Korean Peninsula as an extension. The book tells us how we can walk the path of peace on the Korean Peninsula, where division has been entrenched and the Cold War has become chronic. It is precisely the understanding of the division and war that made us what we are today.
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