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Posted on Sep 12, 2011 in Armchair Reading

November 2011 – Ridgway’s Korean War

Gerald D. Swick


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  • Cover Feature: Matthew Ridgway in Korea. Was his performance "the greatest feat of personal leadership in the history of the U.S. Army," as General Omar Bradley said?
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  1. I read all of the military history magazines, but Armchair general is my favorite.
    Thank you and please keep up the good work.

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