Korean American Books

Summaries and reviews of fiction and nonfiction books by Korean American authors,
books about Korean Americans and Korea, and Korean literature in English translation,
including some academic works and a sampling on the Korean War

Thursday, February 4, 2010

The Bridge at No Gun Ri: A Hidden Nightmare from the Korean War, by Charles J. Hanley, et al

An examination of the U.S. massacre of Korean civilians on this bridge during the Korean War, an incident uncovered in 2001 by investigative reporters Hanley, Choe and Mendoza, who won the Pulitzer Prize for this work. Thoroughly researched and told through personal experiences.

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