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Deadline Captain Charlie S Bataan Diary

Author: Charles Underwood (Jr.)
Publisher: Riverrun Select
ISBN: 9781939739025
Size: 51.66 MB
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News reporter to commander: Bataan, the Death March, three POW camps- the war story of Captain Charles Underwood. A Story untold for more than sixty years! There are thousands of U.S. soldiers who have never been properly recognized for their actions during the Second World War. This is the story of one of them. Charles Underwood was a young reporter when he was called up to active service in the Philippines. He survived the infamous Death March, and spent over three years as a prisoner of war in Japan, at the end of which time he boldly commandeered a train and traveled through hostile territory to reach the U.S. lines. He is credited with helping to liberate more than seven hundred starving POWs. Using his father's long-forgotten journal as a starting point, Charles Underwood, Jr. has done extensive research to bring to life the important part of American military history.

Bataan Diary

Author: Chris Schaefer
Publisher: Riverview Pub
ISBN: 9780976108405
Size: 18.72 MB
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Follow the 70,000 men who fought America's first battle of World War II, less than half of whom survived, as well as their families who waited for them in the United States for more than three years, not knowing if they were dead or alive. Experience the Battle of Bataan, the surrender, the Death March, and the lives of the few who joined the guerrillas.

The Three Wars Of Lt Gen George E Stratemeyer

Author: George E. Stratemeyer
Publisher: U.S. Government Printing Office
ISBN:
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From June 25,1950 to May 20,1951, Lt. Gen. George E. Stratemeyer, the Far East Air Force commander, kept a diary of his activities during the Korean War.

100 Great War Movies

Author: Robert Niemi
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781440833854
Size: 23.63 MB
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This book serves as a fascinating guide to 100 war films from 1930 to the present. Readers interested in war movies will learn surprising anecdotes about these films and will have all their questions about the films' historical accuracy answered. * Applies an internationalist perspective to the war film through entries from countries including Britain, France, Germany, Russia, Australia, Japan, Poland, Finland, and Latvia * Defines great war films as the most artistically accomplished, politically subversive, and thought-provoking, not merely as the most popular or commercially successful, and is therefore a relevant reference for students and film and history buffs * Provides clearly written and informative histories of the films themselves as well as of the cultural context surrounding the making and reception of them * Recounts critical controversies and analyzes the ideological biases implicit in these films in its examination of how the films shaped their source material and what they included, distorted, and added or left out

The Pessimist S Guide To History 3e

Author: Doris Flexner
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061980250
Size: 29.70 MB
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The classic irreverent look at the past—now updated with even more appalling facts! Fourteen billion or so years ago, the Big Bang exploded—and it's been downhill from there. For every spectacular discovery throughout history, there have been hundreds of devastating epidemics; for every benevolent despot, a thousand like Vlad the Impaler; for every cup half-full, a larger cup half-empty. This enthralling, enlightening, and devilishly entertaining chronicle of disasters and dastardly deeds brings to light the darkest events in history and the most abysmal calamities to strike the planet . . . so far. 88 BC: Mithridates VI Eupator provides an early example of genocide by massacring 100,000 Romans. 1347: Saint Vitus' Dance Epidemic shimmies across Europe like a deadly disco fever, leaving its victims twitching, uncontrollably leaping, and foaming at the mouth. 1888: Jack the Ripper stalks through the dark alleys of Whitechapel, England, turning the world's oldest profession into the world's most dangerous one. 1939: A Swiss chemist wins a Nobel Prize for developing DDT—and the environment gets another nail in the coffin. 2005: Hurricane Katrina devastates the Gulf Coast. In a classic double whammy, the government response also devastates the Gulf Coast. And much, much more!

America

Author: W. W. Norton & Company, Incorporated
Publisher: W. W. Norton
ISBN: 9780393668933
Size: 74.51 MB
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With A Critical Eye

Author: Arthur J. Vidich
Publisher: Newfound Press
ISBN:
Size: 80.41 MB
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Internationally renowned sociologist, Arthur J. Vidich (1922-2006), was an active researcher and teacher whose career spanned the second half of the twentieth century. With a Critical Eye: An Intellectual and His Times recounts Vidich's career in the wider cultural context of his life and work. Providing a window into post-World War II intellectual life, the richness of the autobiography lies not only in Vidich's perspectives on the academic world, but also in his personal and sociological observations about the world around him. Best known for his book, Small Town in Mass Society (co-authored with Joseph Bensman, 1958), Vidich taught for more than forty years at the New School for Social Research in New York. He published eighteen books, co-edited a book series with Robert Jackall, and was the founding editor of the International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society.

The Battle For Snow Mountain

Author: Donald Jorden Young
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781929763481
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The Battle for Snow Mountain is a comic novel which begins with a surreal picture of The Snow Mountains, during the German WWII breakthrough into the Ardennes in the winter of '44. Richard thinks their first days at the front make sense. Timmons believes their actions are ridiculous. Because their inept, absurd Captain takes them up the wrong road, the two GIs are captured and sent to a POW camp. During an American air raid, the soldiers escape from the camp to the Russian zone, and then end up in Paris. After their misadventures, Timmons still thinks their war effort made no sense, whereas Richard believes their actions were necessary and meaningful.

Bataan Survivor

Author: David L. Hardee
Publisher: University of Missouri Press
ISBN: 0826273599
Size: 45.68 MB
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A forgotten account, written in the immediate aftermath of World War II, which vividly portrays the valor, sacrifice, suffering, and liberation of the defenders of Bataan and Corregidor through the eyes of one survivor. The personal memoir of Colonel David L. Hardee, first drafted at sea from April-May 1945 following his liberation from Japanese captivity, is a thorough treatment of his time in the Philippines. A career infantry officer, Hardee fought during the Battle of Bataan as executive officer of the Provisional Air Corps Regiment. Captured in April 1942 after the American surrender on Bataan, Hardee survived the Bataan Death March and proceeded to endure a series of squalid prison camps. A debilitating hernia left Hardee too ill to travel to Japan in 1944, making him one of the few lieutenant colonels to remain in the Philippines and subsequently survive the war. As a primary account written almost immediately after his liberation, Hardee’s memoir is fresh, vivid, and devoid of decades of faded memories or contemporary influences associated with memoirs written years after an experience. This once-forgotten memoir has been carefully edited, illustrated and annotated to unlock the true depths of Hardee’s experience as a soldier, prisoner, and liberated survivor of the Pacific War.