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Interest in the Korean War
It looks like there is an increase of interest in the Korean War since
W.E.B. Griffin's latest novel, UNDER FIRE -- set in the early part of the
Korean War, came out a week ago Monday. I'm basing this on hits received
by my "korean-war.com" web site. The site normally receives 300-500 hits a
day, Monday thru Friday and much less on Saturday and Sunday, but
beginning the day after Griffin's novel came out, it has been receiving
1200-1500 hits a day, including this past Saturday and Sunday.
True, there is no way to know with certainty but this is the only logical
reason for the sudden, and prolonged, spike I can think of. In any event,
nice to know some people are showing an interest in the "Forgotten War."
Ed Evanhoe, PO Box 916, Antlers, OK, 74523
Author: DARKMOON: Eighth Army Special Operations in the Korean War
Life Member: Special Forces & Special Operations Associations
Co-List owner: KOREAN-WAR-L Web Site: http://www.korean-war.com