- Title Pages
Part IImagined Family Frames
1GIs and the Kids of Korea
2US Aid Campaigns and the Korean Children’s Choir
Part IIInternational Cold War Families
3Missionary Rescue and the Transnational Making of Family
4Producing Model Korean Adoptees
Part IIIErasing Empire
5Mixed-Race Children and Their Korean Mothers
6Managing Korean War Brides
- About the Author
- Framed by War
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