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An authentic perspective of The Korean War is recounted through Washington Post newspaper articles printed at the time.
- A collection of original Washington Post reprints from the 1950s
- Personalized with any name, a message and optional embossing
- Gold embossed and handbound in a racing green leatherette cover
- Ability to emboss your cover for free
- 12.5” x 15” of tabloid coverage of major events
The Korean War of the 1950s has often been referred to as “The Forgotten War”, but with this bespoke personalized book, it has never been easier to remember. Through newspaper articles printed at the exact time, the Washington Post Korean War newspaper book captures the mood and perception of the American nation during its involvement in the Korean War, which lasted from 1950 to 1953. Starting with the North Korean People’s Army’s 1950 invasion of the South via the 38th parallel, this book about Korean War history takes you through all the key events of the conflict, such as the Battle of Inchon, the Home-by-Christmas offensive, and the Battle of Heartbreak Ridge, eventually ending with the truce agreement of July 1953. The clippings presented cover the action over land, sky and sea, giving an extensive, thorough view of the Korean War as it happened.
Personalize your Korean War book with a name and special message on the title page. The name will also be embossed onto the cover to make this the perfect present for any budding historian.
How to Personalize
This edition comes in a green leatherette cover with your recipient’s name embossed in gold as standard. Also add a special message to feature on the book’s title page.
Check your personalization: accents and other symbols cannot be used unless otherwise stated.