Steuck Annotated Bibliography

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Stueck Annotated Bibliography Stueck, William, The Korean War, An International History, Princeton University  Press, 1995  During the Cold War there were several wars that contained surrogates of the  super powers, the United States and the Soviet Union.  Following World War II, a  civil war erupted in Greece pitting the western leaning Greek monarchy against  communist supplied revolutionaries.  In Korea a similar event occurred with the  invasion of American backed South Korea by the Soviet supported North  Koreans.  This time however, the Cold War flared up to include one of the super  powers as one of the belligerents.  William Stueck, a history professor from the  University of Georgia, details the international diplomatic effort during the Korean  War.  He has written several books on the subject including  The Road to  Confrontation:  American Policy toward China and Korea, 1947-1950.   His  Korean War book has been included in the Princeton Studies collection.   The author outlines several theses in this large book.  Most importantly, the 
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