An incredible account of the Belgian Battalion in Korea complete with photographs and veteran recollections. Includes complete rosters for all members of Belgian and Luxembourg volunteers.
3d IINFANTRY DIVISION IN KOREA
A pictorial history of the 3d Infantry Division in Korea from Wonson through 1953. Appendices include unit summaries and insignia, decorations and awards, unit citations, and list of members killed in action.
BAYONET: A HISTORY OF THE 7TH DIVISION
For presentation to all members of the Division in Korea. Covering the period from 1950 through publication in 1951. The latest noted date is August 1951.
Capt. E. D. Carroll
THE PICTORAL RECORD OF THE 27th DIVISION
A collection of photographs from the division's time as part of the A.E.F. in France during World War I. Includes unit organization with commanders, chronological abstract, commendations, and individual awards and decorations with citations for: Distinguished Service Medal, Medal of Honor, Distinguished Service Cross, British Distinguished Conduct Medal, Distinguished Service Order, Military Cross, & Military Medal, and French Croix de Guerre. Photographic history from stateside service through the trenches of France and coming home celebrations.
Compiled by Alexander Starlight
OURS TO HOLD HIGH
The History of the 77th Infantry Division in World War II: Narrative of the division's actions in the Pacific theater. Appendices include casualty statistics (killed in action), organic and attached units, complete roster, chronology, unit and individual decorations (Medal of Honor, Distinguished Service Cross, Silver Star, Legion of Merit).
THE CHOSIN FEW
North Korea November - December 1950: Commemorative pictoral history of men and units that participated in the Chosin Reservoir campaign. Over half of the publication is a roster of those veterans belonging to the Chosin Few with their individual photographs and biographies. By no means a complete account of all those involved in the battle, but an extremely valuable reference that is likely to include the subject of one's research.
The Story of the 21st Infantry Regiment: A detailed unit history of the regiment focusing on Korean service (Part One) and dating back to the Civil War through World War II (Part Two). Includes an appendix of lineage, campaigns, awards and decorations, and a chronology.
1st Lt. George B. Busch
45th INFANTRY DIVISION
Thunderbird Review: Begins at Camp Polk in September 1951 and ends with Korean deployment in December 1951. Brief divisional history from World War II before detailing the occupation of Japan. Portraits and biographies of key personnel, regimental histories and heraldry. Includes complete roster.
40th IN REVIEW
From federal activation to the "Beginning's End," this is an account of the 40th Division from 1950 through Korean deployment in January 1952. Predominantly featuring occupation of Japan, also includes images and narrative from Camp Cooke.
The Story of the 25th Infantry Division: Historical narrative of the 25th Division in Korea from July 1950 through the end of 1951. It should be noted that the copyright is 1951, however in the final pages the date of 10 January 1952 is mentioned. Many photos of the division in action to accompany the story. Final pages include an appendix of commanders and staff and list of awards and decorations (Medal of Honor, Distinguished Service Medal, Distinguished Service Cross, & Silver Star) to individual soldiers organized by regiment. Also includes all those killed in action between July 1950 and October 1951 listed alphabetically with name, rank and serial number.
Captain Allan A. David (Editor) | Sgt. Norwin E. Austin (Associate Editor)
The Pictorial History of the Victory Division in Korea: Detailed photographic account of the 24th Division from July 1950 until rotation out of Korea in January 1952. Includes portraits and biographies of general officers and an appendix of Medal of Honor citations with illustrations of those actions.
7th INFANTRY DIVISION KOREA
The 7th Infantry Division in Korea: A pictoral account of the division from September 1950 to July 1954, though information within the book goes beyond that month. Includes portraits of general officers and a complete divisional roster. Begins with a brief history of the division in Korea with campaign credit. One of two unit histories published by the 7th Division.
The History of the 7th Infantry Division in Korea: Opens with portraits and biographies of key personnel and list of General Officers that served with the Division during Korean operations. Unit citations and regimental heraldry and commanding officers follow, including the Columbian and Ethiopian battalions. Pictoral history begins at Inchon and finishes with the close of 1952.
SECOND TO NONE
The 2d Infantry Division in Korea 1950-1951: One of a three part history of the division in Korea. Includes list of key personnel and portrait illustrations to accompany. Mixture of illustrations and photographs throughout narrative. Includes fold-out maps. Final pages detail unit citations and individual awards of Medal of Honor (including citations), Distinguished Service Cross, and Silver Star. French and Netherlands personnel included. Also lists "Decorations Pending Approval" and summary of decorations.
Lt. Clark C. Munroe | Illustrations by Captain Byron Smith and PFC Robert C. James
1st CAVALRY DIVISION
The First Team A pictoral history covering July 1950 through January 1952 when the division rotated back to Japan. First pages show commanding general portraits. Final pages show "Unit Review" detailing heraldry, lineage, battle honors and decorations for each element of division. Full unit roster follows.
THE CORPS IN KOREA
A brief informal history of IX Corps (Group) in Korea from 23 September 1950 to September 1954