"It is not a history of the Korean War, although there is a brief, fifty-page section that describes the major points of the war. Rather, it is a collection- organized thematically- of previously unpublished personal memoirs" (From the Army History review by Gibby Bryan)
2 vols. "The selections consist of excerpts from Japanese and American newspapers and magazines, scholarly and literary works, and historical documents as well as essays prepared by the author specifically for this work" (From the Journal of Asian Studies review by Mikiso Hane
A compilation of the correspondence between Mahatma Gandhi and Leo Tolstoy. This exchange of ideas would help to facilitate Gandhi's changing views of how to achieve Indian independence from the British Empire through nonviolent protest.
2 vols. "Documents are divided somewhat artificially into five groups: 'foreign policy' (general principals), 'foreign relations' (with individual countries), 'foreign economic policy', 'promotion of international peace', and 'diplomacy' [...] The contents are mainly diplomatic correspondence, official statements, United Nations texts, and treaties and agreements" (From the International Affairs review by D.H.J)
"The bulk of these two volumes deals with Europe and the Far East. Only about 200 pages have been devoted to the Near and Middle East [...] Although the bulk of material is translated from the Russian, occasional items have been gleaned from Japanese, Turkish, and other sources" (From the Middle East Journal review by Ivar Spector)