By Michael O?Quinlivan, James S. Santelli
This bibliography contains unclassified booklet dealing in entire or major half with Marine Corps operations and similar issues within the Korean battle.
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299 . " Army, Navy, Air Force Journal, v . 95 , no . 19 (Jan 5, 1957), p . 6 . A very brief reiteration of conduct of Marine POW's . 300 . " 440 (Oct 1950), pp . 32-33, . illus . All Hands, no . Brief story on returnees . 301 . SSgt Robert W . Tallent, USMC . ' 12-15, 59 . illus . Leatherneck, v . 34, no . 2 (Feb An analysis of the Chinese Communist soldier based upon interrogatio n of prisoners taken by the 7th marines in the Chosin operation . RECONNAISSANC E 302 . Capt Stanley Knowlton, USMC .
Illus . Historical summary, 1914-1957, containing many references to the Reserve in the Korean War . 290 . " Military Affairs, v . 17, no . 1 (Spring 1953), pp . 16-22, at 20-22 . Brief resume of Marine Reserve service in the Korean War . 291 . TSgt Robert W . Tallent, USMC . " (Oct 1951), pp . 14-19, 54, 56 . illus . Leatherneck, v . 34, no . 1 0 The history of a typical replacement draft from its assembly an d training at the Training and Replacement Command, Camp Pendleton, t o its distribution among elements of the 1st Marine Division in Korea .
2 . Washington : Historical Branch, Office of the Quartermaster General, 1957 . xvii , 626 pp . , maps, tables . Includes accounts of joint Army-Navy-Marine Corps ventures i n aerial supply of Korea . See also : 172, 197 . TACTICS AND TRAININ G 321 . 1stLt Robert D . Bohn, USMC . " Gazette, v . 35, no . 10 (Oct 1951), pp . 18-23 . illus . Marine Corp s Lessons learned concerning the support of an advance guar d battalion in the approach march, illustrated by the 40-mile march o f the 1st Provisional Marine Brigade from Chindong-ni to Sachon .