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Over there : a marine in the Great War (edició 1996)

de Carl Andrew Brannen

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When America declared war in 1917, I was a few months past eighteen years of age and just finishing my first year in college. By the time I was to reenter in the fall for the second year, war activities were (under way) on a large scale. Men were going into some branch of the service on all sides. I felt that my family should do their bit in uniform, and my age designated me as the most appropriate one. This Texas A & M College student was Carl Andrew Brannen; these are his memoirs of a time when boys became men and your country became your life. Complemented with a unique set of photographs by the author's son that retrace his father's military campaigns and insightful annotations by two military figures, Over There is a highly personal account, presented from an enlisted man's perspective of the battle fronts of Belleau Woods in the Chateau-Thierry sector, Soissons, Pont-a-Mousson, St. Mihiel, Blanc Mont Ridge, and the Meuse-Argonne battle. As a first hand commentary and a social document of life in the trenches during World War I, it is a useful contribution to military history. Brannen's personal accounts will touch and fascinate all those interested in World War I.… (més)
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Títol:Over there : a marine in the Great War
Autors:Carl Andrew Brannen
Informació:College Station: Texas A&M University Press, c1996. xvi, 167 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. 1st ed
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Etiquetes:WW1, WW1 Personal Account, WW1 America

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When America declared war in 1917, I was a few months past eighteen years of age and just finishing my first year in college. By the time I was to reenter in the fall for the second year, war activities were (under way) on a large scale. Men were going into some branch of the service on all sides. I felt that my family should do their bit in uniform, and my age designated me as the most appropriate one. This Texas A & M College student was Carl Andrew Brannen; these are his memoirs of a time when boys became men and your country became your life. Complemented with a unique set of photographs by the author's son that retrace his father's military campaigns and insightful annotations by two military figures, Over There is a highly personal account, presented from an enlisted man's perspective of the battle fronts of Belleau Woods in the Chateau-Thierry sector, Soissons, Pont-a-Mousson, St. Mihiel, Blanc Mont Ridge, and the Meuse-Argonne battle. As a first hand commentary and a social document of life in the trenches during World War I, it is a useful contribution to military history. Brannen's personal accounts will touch and fascinate all those interested in World War I.

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