Destination Korea is an eyewitness account of the daily life of servicemen in the Korean War. It consists of letters written by a First Lieutenant in the U.S. Army to his wife while he was stationed in Okinawa and Korea during the Korean War. Through a collaborative effort between the author of the letters, Dana Abbot Curtis, and his granddaughter, Jennifer R. Willand Dillard, they give an accurate account of the life of an infantryman and combat engineer ordered to fight in Korea.
University Press of America
Christianity | Religion
Curtis, Dana Abbott and Dillard, Jennifer R Willand, "Destination Korea" (2001). Alumni Books. 128.