6 edition of GI"s war found in the catalog.
|Statement||Edwin P. Hoyt.|
|Series||Da Capo paperback|
|LC Classifications||D756.3 .H68 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 620 p. :|
|Number of Pages||620|
|LC Control Number||91019768|
The GI's War contains eyewitness accounts from ordinary young men, farm hands and factory workers, who had war thrust upon them and in the process became veteran soldiers. Their unsparing narratives, presented in their own words, capture the many emotions evoked by war. GIs and their commanding officers speak freely, and movingly, of becoming soldiers, of . The first book, 21 Stayed: The Story of the American GIs Who Chose Communist China, by Virginia Pasley is a largely unsympathetic account of the twenty published not long after they first went over to : Clarence Adams.
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"The GI's War" by Edwin P. Hoyt. Subtitled: "American Soldiers In Europe During GIs war book War II." Da Capo Press, Edwin P. Hoyt has written many books about wars, battles, aircraft carriers, and naval and infantry by: 2. The GI's War contains eyewitness accounts from ordinary young men, farm hands and factory workers, who had war thrust upon them and in the process became veteran soldiers.
Their unsparing narratives, presented in their own words, capture the many emotions evoked by war/5(8). The first WWII book I ever read. Written by a veteran,published in You can see the difference in attitudes from then to now. It is a great beginners book for those interested in WW2.
I have read it 5 or 6 times throughout my life. Arrived well before I expected it, 5/5(8). While the book title refers to how the GIs fought in Europe, its contents are specifically about the operations stemming from the Normandy landings.
I was a little disappointed that the difficult advance through Italy wasn't covered. Otherwise, I felt CLOSING WITH THE ENEMY proved to be a very education and interesting read Cited by: The author does a fantastic job describing the sights, sounds, tastes and aromas that are Vietnam.
It is a personal account of short stories which I can read a few pages at a time or binge the short chapters all night. Definitely, not a typical war book about soldiers dodging bullets and bombs/5(16).
Taken by Force: Rape and American GIs in Europe in World War II is a book by Northern Kentucky University sociology and criminology professor J. Robert Lilly that examines the issue of rape by U.S. servicemen in European theatre of World War t: Rape, World War II.
"This remarkable book attacks the myth of the ’Greatest Generation’ by showing that young Americans went to war in Europe to find sex rather than to sacrifice themselves for Europe’s salvation. It stands GIs war book a corrective to all the best-selling celebratory renderings of World War II in the United States over the past quarter century.
As Professor Roberts says: ‘My book seeks to debunk an old myth about the GI, thought of as a manly creature that always behaved well — the GIs were having sex anywhere and everywhere.’ In total. The Web GIS revolution is radically altering how information about the world around us is applied and shared.
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Photos by Frank Kessler This book is a treasure of gray scale WWII photographs from the European theater in WWII. As you will see these photos were taken by a combat photographer who was there.
They remained in his attic long after he died until his brother found them.5/5(2). Book Overview Nearly ten years in the making, The GI's War tells the story of the European war through the eyes of the field of soldiers who actually fought it--the 'dogfaces.' Unfolding chronologically from the summer of to V-E Day,this is a gripping account of Americans fighting for their by: 2.
The book, What Soldiers Do: Sex and the American GI in World War II France, tells the story of relations between American men and French women in Normandy and elsewhere. The Americans were. This is a non-fiction book, but you will swear you are reading a mystery fiction thriller. It begins with a visit to the cemetery, where to this day – seven decades after the war – their small flat gravestones have only the numbersnot names, chiseled into them.
Quite a specialized book, this is probably a necessary volume for anyone who wants to understand the battles of World War II, since its subtitle is "How GIs Fought the War in Europe, " Researched and documented, its good for scholars and for the student of the period/5.
Sociologist and criminologist Professor Bob Lilly makes unprecedented use of military records and trial transcripts to throw light on one of the overlooked consequences of the US Army's presence in Western Europe between and the rape of an estima civilian women in the United Kingdom, France and Germany/5.
Inin the middle of the Second World War, America's book publishers took an audacious gamble. They decided to sell the armed forces cheap paperbacks, shipped to units scattered around the globe. Instead of printing only the books soldiers and sailors actually wanted to read, though, Author: Yoni Appelbaum.
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This website is NOT intended to be used for legal litigation or boundary disputes and is. During World War II millions of books were donated to the troops. Everyday Americans contributed their old novels from home, while publishers and authors worked with the government to print and distribute free paperbacks for GIs and liberated civilians overseas.The black US troops tended to see a different side to their fellow white GIs, however, an aspect of wartime Britain that is explored in a new book by Linda Hervieux, called ‘Forgotten: The Untold Story of D-Day’s Black Heroes, at Home and at War’.
There was a time when all I knew of Vietnam war books was Tim O’Brien’s, The Things They Carried, a book that prompted the laconic entry in my book journal, “This book destroyed me.” One of the things I loved so much—and that broke my heart so cleanly—about The Things They Carried was that it reminded me of another beloved war book, Slaughterhouse-Five, in that both books Author: Tracy Shapley.