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xviii, 216 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • The enterprising country
  • Surviving the arduous march through enterprise
  • State trading networks versus the world
  • Entrepreneurialism, North Korea-style
  • A terrible, horrible, no good, very bad investment environment
  • The future.
Green Library
HISTORY-290-01, HISTORY-390-01
xiii, 307 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
  • Revolutions in the everyday
  • Legacies : fomenting the revolution
  • Three reforms : initiating the revolution
  • The collective : enacting the revolution
  • Autobiographies : narrating the revolution
  • Revolutionary motherhood : gendering the revolution
  • "Liberated space" : remembering the revolution.
Green Library
HISTORY-290-01, HISTORY-390-01, HISTORY-392G-01
viii, 307 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
  • The unfinished war, 1950-1953
  • Post-war reconstruction and a declaration of self-reliance, 1953-1955
  • A singular path : North Korea in the socialist community,1956-1963
  • The anti-imperialist front, 1963-1972
  • Breaking out : engaging the first and third worlds, 1972-1979
  • A new generation and a new cold war, 1980-1984
  • The sun sets in the east, 1985-1992
  • Epilogue : tyranny of the weak, tyranny of the strong.
Green Library
HISTORY-290-01, HISTORY-390-01
200 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 23 cm.
Green Library
HISTORY-290-01, HISTORY-390-01
xxxvi, 192 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. ; 22 cm.
  • Foreword Acknowledgments Prelude 1. Super Jenkins 2. In the Army, and across the DMZ 3. Housemates 4. Cooks, Cadets, and Wives 5. Soga-san 6. Friends and Strangers 7. Domestic Life 8. Hitomi's Escape 9. My Escape 10. Homecomings.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780520253339 20160528
In January of 1965, twenty-four-year-old U.S. Army sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins abandoned his post in South Korea, walked across the DMZ, and surrendered to communist North Korean soldiers standing sentry along the world's most heavily militarized border. He believed his action would get him back to the States and a short jail sentence. Instead he found himself in another sort of prison, where for forty years he suffered under one of the most brutal and repressive regimes the world has known. This fast-paced, harrowing tale, told plainly and simply by Jenkins (with journalist Jim Frederick), takes the reader behind the North Korean curtain and reveals the inner workings of its isolated society while offering a powerful testament to the human spirit.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780520253339 20160528
Green Library
HISTORY-290-01, HISTORY-390-01