Act of War
Lyndon Johnson, North Korea, and the Capture of the Spy Ship PuebloeBook - 2013
lessons on the perils of covert intelligence operations as America finds itself confronting a host of twenty-first-century enemies"-- Provided by publisher.
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Kim's audacious capture of the Pueblo gave him a propaganda bonanza at home and abroad.
The Pueblo Affair marked the first time since 1807 that an American Naval commander surrendered his ship without a fight,...
Some citizens seemed more angered by the White House's reluctance to use force than by the capture its self.
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