2 edition of Marching as to war found in the catalog.
Marching as to war
|Statement||by Clarence Knyfd.|
|LC Classifications||D736 .K64 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||00090754|
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The insanity of war gives even the most sturdy soldier's brain a nasty stir. Jordan's 'Marching Home' focuses on the reception returning Union veterans received right /5(46). Marching as to War concentrates on the yearsyears in which Canada fought its four biggest wars: the Boer War, the Great War, the Second World War, and the Korean War/5.
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Coyne talked about his book [Marching Home: To War and Back with the Men of One American Town], published by Penguin USA. The book chronicles. The many personal Marching as to war book demonstrating this in Marching Home are deeply upsetting and contrary to the image of post-war peace filled with happy reunions.
Nearly two million men (and an unknown quantity of women) fought for the Union, and around 75% of these were under the age of By following Rebel troops' continued adherence to notions of white supremacy into the Reconstruction and Jim Crow eras, the book carries the story beyond the Confederacy’s surrender.
Drawing upon hundreds of soldiers’ letters, diaries, and memoirs, Marching Masters combines the latest social and military history in its compelling Cited by: 5.
Another wonderful book to use with a social studies lesson on war, and the different positions people and children played in the original military.
This story shows how children were used and went into war completely unarmed and simply to play the drums as the military marched/5. “Marching Home” also brings into sharp relief the gulf — present in every war — that developed between soldiers and people on the home front who did not experience, and thus could not.
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75 years after VE Day the end of the Second World War, never-before-seen images have come to light in a new book. This picture shows German prisoners of war marching to surrender. The top 12 Civil War books ever written One great book for each month ofthe sesquicentennial of the War Between the States.
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Civil War News Book Review - Charles H. Bogart. Woodward’s careful research, intriguing insights, and brisk prose all combine to make Marching Masters an important contribution to scholarship on the 5/5(1). Marching with the First Nebraska: A Civil War August Scherneckau’s diary is the most important firsthand account of the Civil War by a Nebraska soldier that has yet come to light.
A German immigrant, Scherneckau served with the First Nebraska Volunteers from through /5(2).