Aug. 4 - Sept. 16 16 84,478 U.S. troops participate in the defense of the Pusan Perimeter, including the U.S.Army's 1st Cavalry Division, 2nd, 24th, and 25th Infantry Divisions, and the 1st Provisional Marine Brigade.

 The Outbreak: 27 June-15 September 1950

Blocking the Road to Masan

Establishing the Pusan Perimeter

The First American Counter-attack-Task Force Kean

The First Battle of the Naktong Bulge

Battle for the Eastern Corridor to Pusan

The Taegu Front

Stalemate West of Masan

August Buildup and September Portents

Perimeter Battle

North Korean Breakthrough in the South

The North Korean Great Naktong Offensive

United Nations Delay, Withdrawl and Defense: Situation 5 August 1950 and Operations since 25 June

United Nations Defense: Situation, 26 August and Operations since 5 August and Situation,10 September, 1950 and Operatations since 27 August

North Korean Order of Battle, DA G-2, 1 Sep 1950

Structure of a Battle Near Taegu, Korea,Sep 1950, Research Study, 1954

U.S Navy Historical Branch:The Korean Conflict




Hoover Institute on War Stanford University (Stanford)
Miscellaneous File, Korea, Accession TS Korea U58
North Korean Propaganda materials

MacArthur Memorial Bureau of Archives (Norfolk)
Messages between MacArthur and the Joint Chiefs
General Headquarters, UN Command, 1945-1951,
USAF in Korea

Modern Military Records Branch, National Archives
Official Reports Eighth Army, tactical narrative section of the monthly command reports I, IX, X corps as well as the six combat divisions and 19 regiments.
Military History Section of Headquarters, Far East Command, "History of the Korean War, Chronology, 25 June 1950 - 31 December 1951", 25th Division, Record Group 407, 3rd Division, Record Group 407.
National Security Council.
Roy Appleman's collection of letters and comments from participants in the Korean War.
Messages between the Joint Chiefs of Staff and General Headquarters in Tokyo, Record Group 218. Most of these are published in Foreign Relations of the United States, volume 7, 1951.
Army Plans and Operations Division, Record Group 319.
Department of the Army, Record Group 336.
Office of the Secretary of Defense, Record Group 330.
"Record of Actions Taken by the Joint Chiefs of Staff Relative to the United Nations Operations in Korea from 25 June 1950 to 11 April 1951, Prepared by Them", 107 pages.
Intelligence Summaries, North Korean, Record Group 739.
Intelligence (G-2) Library, United States Army, Record Group 319.
The National Archives, Federal Records Center
Far Eastern Command, Record Group 332.
Far East Command "Chinese Communist Military Operations in Korea", Record Group 407.
Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers, Records Group 331.
War Diaries (to 1 December 1950) Record Group 407.
War Diaries, staff section journals, unit journals, periodic operation reports, operation instruction, telephone logs, map overlays, 24th Infantry Division, 34th Regiment.
Ist Provisional Brigade, United States Marine Corps, are housed at Suitland but remain under the control of the Historical Branch USMC.
Historical Reports, United States Military Advisors Group to the Republic of Korea (KMAG) 1949-1950.
Files relating to Roy Appleman South to the Naktong, North to the Yalu and Lynn Montross and Nicholas Canzona The Pusan Perimeter as official publications.

National Personnel Records Center, Military Personnel Records (St. Louis)
Military personnel (201) files.

Naval Historical Center, Office of Nayy History (Washington)
General Headquarters, Tokyo, History of the North Korean Army.

Office of the Chief of Military History (Washington)
Orientation Folder, General William L. Roberts, 1950.

Still Picture Division, Main Archives (Washington)
Still photographs of the Korean War.

United Nations Archives (Washington)
United Nations Documents, 1946-1960. Readex Microprint Edition. Readex, New York: Microprint Corporation, 1978.

United States Army Military History Institute
(Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania)
Oral History Collection
Edward M. Almond
Mark W. Clark
Frank Pace
Matthew B. Ridgway
Maxwell D. Taylor

U. S. Marine Corps History (Division) Museum
(Navy Yard, Washington) Oral History Reports Alpha A. Bowser Edward A. Craig Oliver P. Smith Gerald C. Thomas Diary File (Battalions) First Marine Division

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Congressional Record

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Hearings on the Military Situation in the Far East
Conressional Record, Senate, 82nd Congress, lst session, 1951.

The Korean War and Related Matters Congressional
Record, Senate, 84th Congress, lst session, 1955.

Department of State. United States Policy in the Korean Conflict, July 1950-February 1951. Publication Number 4263.

Foreign Relations of the United States 1950.
Volume 7 "Korea" Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1972.

Foreign Relations of the United States 1950.
Volume 7 "Korea" Washington, DC: Department of State Publications, Office of the Historian, 1976.
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Foreign Relations of the United States 1951. Volume 7 "Korea and China" Parts One and Two, Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1983.

Records of the Joint Chiefs of Staff: Part I. Meetings of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1946-1953. Frederick, Maryland: University Publication, 1980.

Records of the Joint Chiefs of Staff: Part II, The Far East, 1946-1953. Frederick, Maryland: University Publication, 1980.

U. S. Policy in the Korean Crisis, 1950. Department of State Publication 3922, Far East Series 34. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1950.

Acheson, Dean "Crisis in Asia-An Examination of US Policy" Department of State Bulletin 22 (1950) 111-18

Alexander, Jack. "Stormy New Boss of the Pentagon" Saturday Evening Post 222:5 (1949) 26-27, 67-70.

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Austin, Warren R. "Lessons of Korea." Proceedings of the Academy of Political Science 24:2 (January 1951): 132-138.

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Dea, Vera M. "Justification of War" Foreign  Policy Bulletin 31 (January 15, 1952) 5-6.

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"The Conflict in Korea: Events Prior to the Attack on June 25, 1950" Department of State Far Eastern Studies 45 (1951).

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"Charging South Korea as Aggressor Reminiscent of Nazi Tactics" Department of State Bulletin 23 (July 17, 1950) 87.

Muccio, John J. "Korea and the Explosion of a Communist Delusion" Department of State Bulletin 26 (June 16, 1952) 939-942.

"Review of Security Council Action in Defense of Korea" Department of State Bulletin 23 (September 18, 1950) 451-454.

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Special Report of UN Commanding General. "Captured Documents" Department of State Bulletin 24 (May 21, 1951) 828-830.

Truman, Harry S. "Preventing a New World War" Department of State Bulletin 24 (April 16, 1951) 603605.

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Doughty, Robert. "The Evolution of U. S. Army Tactical Doctrine, 1946-1976" Leavenworth Papers: Combat Study Series Institute. Leavenworth, Kansas: US Army Command and General Staff College, 1979.

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Gugeler, Russell A. "The Defense of a Battery Position" Combat Forces Journal 4:11 (June 1954) 34-37.

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