5 edition of American Voices of World War I found in the catalog.
March 1, 2001 by Routledge .
Written in English
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The Second World War was the most devastating war in history. Up to eighty million people died, and the map of the world was redrawn. More than seventy years after peace was declared, children interviewed family and community members to learn about the war from people who were there, to record their memories before they were lost : Candlewick Press.
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OfAmerican Indians in American Voices of World War I book U.S., 45, enlist in the armed forces. In some tribes, 70 percent of the men enlist. In the Women's Army Corps (WACS), hundreds of American Indian women.
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Events like these happened to real people, and the powerful stories of their triumphs and defeats are collected in this compelling book. Readers will meet a captured British pilot, an American army nurse, a Japanese kamikaze pilot, an American paratrooper on D-Day, and others — and they'll learn fascinating information about weapons, battles.
An American war classic that traces the experiences of three doughboys through World War I, showing how all are broken by the pressures of conflict and the "system"; a bitter attack on what the author conceived as the misery, tyranny, and degradation found in Pershing's American Expeditionary Forces.
By Mark Meigs (New York: New York University Press, ix plus pp. World War I is an historical event which has no obvious meaning for Americans, writes Marks Meigs in the introduction to his book, Optimism at Armageddon: Voices of American Participants in.
William Sohier Bryant,of New York City, was a Brigade surgeon in the Spanish and American War and a Major in the First World War where he served with the American Red Cross in Paris and Bologna, Italy. From the William Sohier Bryant Papers, R.
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This book seeks to correct that omission for the sake of the brave Americans who served and for the sake of a more inclusive American history.
Eleven veterans contribute their memories and experiences, starting with their youth in the. World War II was the most destructive and disruptive war ever, a global conflict that in one way or another affected the lives of people across the planet.
Voices of World War II: Contemporary Accounts of Daily Life coalesces a wide variety of primary source documents drawn from across the United States, Europe, and Asia. This book has several stories from soldiers that fought in World War I. It is told as a series of short narrations from the narrator’s point of view.
There are pictures from various scenes of the war as well as the people the story is told about Read full review4/5(1). Voices from the Second World War: Stories of War as Told to Children of Today When I was in college, I discovered a book by Studs Terkel called The Good War: An Oral History of World War Two.
Terkel had collected the memories of a wide variety of people, providing a good overview of how each interviewee was impacted by the war. The new PBS documentary “The War” sparked controversy because it originally excluded the voices of any Latino or Native American veterans.
Under pressure, director Ken Burns agreed to. His next book, War Against War: The American Fight for Peace,will be published by Simon and Schuster in early January, Abstract.
The resistance to the draft during World War One in the United States was large and took many forms: from conscientious objection to a failure to register to armed confrontation. American Voices of World War I: Primary Source Documents, by Martin Marix Evans ISBN: Published by Routledge on February 3rd Genres: Military, United States, World War I Pages: American Voices of World War I by Martin Marix Evans (Editor) starting at $ American Voices of World War I has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.
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