11) The Chinese People's Volunteer Force claimed that it treated UNC personnel captured on the battlefield in accordance with the Geneva Conventions.
What does CPVF stand for?
CPVF stands for Chinese People's Volunteer Force (Chinese force supporting North Korea in Korean War)
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Millett labels that Phase Three of the conflict in Korea but contends that Stalin and Mao guessed wrong on the North Korean army's ability to conquer South Korea, which led to the intervention of the Chinese People's Volunteer Force (CPVF) in November of 1950.
Most Americans interested in the Korean War have not however, had access to similar accounts from the Chinese commanders of the so-called Chinese People's Volunteer Force (CPVF).