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Wisconsin Korean War Stories: Wisconsin Veterans Tell Their Stories From the Forgotten War

Wisconsin Korean War Stories: Wisconsin Veterans Tell Their Stories From the Forgotten War
Wisconsin Korean War Stories: Wisconsin Veterans Tell Their Stories From the Forgotten War
Paperback: $24.95
288 pages, 131 photos, 5 maps, 8 x 9"
ISBN: 9780870203947

Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press

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By Sarah A. Larsen & Jennifer M. Miller

A companion book to the documentary produced by Wisconsin Public Television, Wisconsin Korean War Stories tells the story of the "forgotten war" through first-person interviews, photographs and letters.

These are the voices of green infantrymen who fought and failed to take Heartbreak Ridge, of farm boys from the heartland who survived three years as prisoners of war, and of small-town nurses in MASH units who treated the wounded and sometimes sent them back into the fray. From enlistment to front line combat, air support missions to dreams of home on moonless nights, Wisconsin Korean War Stories is an unforgettable collection.

Wisconsin Korean War Stories is a partnership of the Wisconsin Historical Society and Wisconsin Public Television, in association with the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs.


Sarah A. Larsen spent countless hours as a production assistant for the documentary produced in partnership with this project, screening and interviewing the men and women whose stories appear in these pages. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Larsen also worked on the production of "Wisconsin World War II Stories" with the History Unit of Wisconsin Public Television.

Jennifer M. Miller has taught history at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and is a member of the Society for American Foreign Relations. She received her Master's degree in 2005, and is currently working on a Ph.D. in American-Japanese relations in the 1950s.