Bushby, Douglas. Adventures in Revival [Korea Interest]. Tulsa, OK: Bushby Evangelistic Assn, 1953. Good. Paperback. 
Faded covers, 8 x 5 1/4, 110 pp., illustrated from photographs, paper a bit dark.
Roberts, Revival Literature, no. 854. "Reports of visits to revival scenes like Ruanda, the Hebrides with Duncan Campbell, &c." Bushby was an Australian evangelist, and during the Korean War a U. N. War Correspondent.
Includes several chapters on Korea: Worshipping in Korea with P.O.W.'s; War Prisoner Exchange at Panmunjon; On the Island of Chejudo with the ROK's and the Fighting; The Approach of the Truce; My Meeting with Syngman Rhee; Gate Crashing Panmunjon - A Narrow Escape; After the Truce - Cited by the Korean Government.
Photos taken in Korea include front of the tent of Capital Division Field Church; The U. N. Honor Guard at the truce signing auditorium; Bushby with the Communist Chinese officer and his flag and Australian soldiers after the battle in No Man's Land; 4 more small photos of No Man's Land, troops, etc.; One hundred Korean churches in Pusan against the signing of the truce; U. N. War Correspondent Douglas Bushby and Chaplain Russell M. Kerr are shown with children at Beggar Orphanage, Taegu, Korea; Bushby Interviews Korean General Choi; Bushby and two "Pocket Testament Representatives" greet General Choi; several photos of American Officers; Letter of Appreciation from the Korean Army.