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China crosses the Yalu

A. S. Whiting

China crosses the Yalu

the decision to enter the Korean war

by A. S. Whiting

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Published by Stanford U.P. .
Written in English


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Statementby A.S. Whiting.
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The Yalu River, also called the Amrok River or Amnok River, is a river on the border between North Korea and China. Together with the Tumen River to its east, and a small portion of Paektu Mountain, the Yalu forms the border between North Korea and China and is notable as a site involved in military conflicts such as the First Sino-Japanese War, the Russo-Japanese War, World War II, and the Country: China (PRC), North Korea (DPRK). ;d, THE CHINESE INTERVENTION IN KOREA, Eliot A. Cohen Introduction The situation here might well be that of the Allied powers in the Ardennes offensive during the winter of , where overpower- ing the enemy was only half of the battle.’ So G-2 (Intelligence) Far East Command (FEC), Tokyo, told anxious listeners in Washington, chiefly from the US Army General Staff, on 16File Size: 1MB.

China Crosses the Yalu: The Decision to enter the Korean War Author. Whiting, Allen S. (Allen Suess), Published. Stanford University Press, Stanford California, Physical Description. book Edition: First Subjects. Korean War, -- China. Date or Place. Language. English Identifier. oai::RUSIVictoria.   "Now we really have inside information about decision-making," said Allen S. Whiting, a professor of political science at the University of Arizona who .

The Chinese Intervention. 3 November January They came out of the hills near Unsan, North Korea, blowing bugles in the dying light of day on 1 November , throwing grenades and firing their "burp" guns at the surprised American soldiers of the 8th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division.   carefully read, China Crosses the Yalu: The Decision to Enter the Korean War, by Allen S. Whiting ().This was a seminal study of formal or--mainly--informal signals sent by China in Author: Stephen Harner.


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Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. this take on China's role in the Korean War published in the '60s is seeped in the verbiage and tenor of that time, much different from more modern historical accounts. flag Like 4/5. No one book can capture all of the viewpoints from that period of time, and such would be the case with "China Crosses the Yalu" by Whiting, so one should not expect it to be source of all answers as to Chinese thinking at that time, but it gives much valuable insight in to the economy of China circaand how well organized the Communists /5(4).

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Yalu River, Andong, 10/14/50 th Regiment, th Division, of Fifteenth Chinese Field Army crosses the Yalu. The CCF moved great numbers of battle-hardened veterans into North Korea, undetected. Whiting has written that rare book -- one free from political inference concerning a political act.

China's decision is viewed against the background of the problems and complexities of a fledgling Communist government and the book is as close an inside view as is possible to obtain without access to Red Chinese government sources.

Allen S. Whiting. China Crosses the Yalu: The Decision to Enter the Korean York: MacMillan, Jeremy Brown () Allen Whiting’s China Crosses the Yalu is the result of Cold War cooperation between academics and the United States government to “understand the enemy.” A former member of the social science division at the RAND Corporation, Whiting wrote the book at the.

Preface --The framework of policy --Problems and policies --Russia, China, and the Korean war --Peking's reactions: June-July --August: military and diplomatic stalemate --The United Nations crosses the parallel --Peking crosses the Yalu --Motivations behind intervention --In retrospect.

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China Crosses the Yalu () China Crosses the Yalu: the Decision to Enter the Korean War is a monograph based on research for the United States Air Force by the RAND Corporation.

Whiting argues that China entered the Korean War reluctantly and to protect its border against a perceived American threat. This view became widely accepted at a.

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China is North Korea's last "friend" in the world (unless you count Cuba, which few in North Korea do), and one the North Korean ruling class cannot afford to push too far. August 1, The long simmering dispute over who owns the uninhabited Dokdo (Takeshima to the Japanese) islands in the Sea of Japan (East Sea in Korean) continues.

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