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📒None Died In Vain ✍ Robert Leckie
✏None Died in Vain Book Summary : A narrative of the American Civil War captures the drama and tragedy of this shattering conflict, and covers strategies, politics and economics
📒The Buffalo Soldiers ✍ William H. Leckie
✏The Buffalo Soldiers Book Summary : Negro soldiers who wanted to remain in the United States Army after the Civil War were organized into the Ninth and Tenth Cavalry Regiments. Their service in controlling hostile Indians on the Great Plains during the next twenty years was as invaluable as it was unrecognized.
📒The Mourning After ✍ John Ibson
✏The Mourning After Book Summary : On the battlefields of World War II, with their fellow soldiers as the only shield between life and death, a generation of American men found themselves connecting with each other in new and profound ways. Back home after the war, however, these intimacies faced both scorn and vicious homophobia. The Mourning After makes sense of this cruel irony, telling the story of the unmeasured toll exacted upon generations of male friendships. John Ibson draws evidence from the contrasting views of male closeness depicted in WWII-era fiction by Gore Vidal and John Horne Burns, as well as from such wide-ranging sources as psychiatry texts, child development books, the memoirs of veterans’ children, and a slew of vernacular snapshots of happy male couples. In this sweeping reinterpretation of the postwar years, Ibson argues that a prolonged mourning for tenderness lost lay at the core of midcentury American masculinity, leaving far too many men with an unspoken ache that continued long after the fighting stopped, forever damaging their relationships with their wives, their children, and each other.
📒Coal Bloom ✍ Thurman I. Miller
✏Coal Bloom Book Summary : Combining original essays, historical material, and interviews, Coal Bloom draws a stark portrait of a generation struggling through the Depression and the Great War to create an entirely new America. Coal Bloom combines the steadfast patriotism of the Greatest Generation with the pride, resourcefulness and humor unique to Appalachians. With fifty rare photographs, original illustrations, an extensive bibliography, and dozens of endnotes, Coal Bloom is a gripping, distinctly American tale of honor and self-reliance across ten tumultuous decades.
📒The Battle Over Peleliu ✍ Stephen C. Murray
✏The Battle Over Peleliu Book Summary : An ethnographic and historical account of the commercial, cultural, and military encroachment by Japan and the United States on the island nation of Palau, and specifically Peleliu Island, The Battle over Peleliu focuses on the battle that devastated Peleliu during World War II.
📒From Sea To Shining Sea ✍ Robert Leckie
✏From Sea to Shining Sea Book Summary : Looks at the administrations from Jefferson to Polk, and describes how the country expanded.
📒Ceremony Of Innocence ✍ Dorothy Cummings McLean
✏Ceremony of Innocence Book Summary : Riots. Terrorist attacks. Neo-Nazi violence. In modern-day Germany, journalist Catriona McClelland has seen it all while covering the contemporary European scene for a Catholic news organization. Keeping herself above the political fray in her professional life, she has also managed to keep herself from personal entanglements-still hurt from the wounds of a broken relationship. Things come to a head when her boyfriend Dennis, frustrated with a lack of commitment, leaves her for Suzy Davis, an idealistic young Canadian who is involved with a left-wing protest movement. But when Suzy is murdered... who is complicit and who is innocent? Ripped from the headlines, Ceremony of Innocence is a very contemporary novel of Europe on the edge of social breakdown. Train stations are bombed and migrants targeted for violence as journalists and other tastemakers watch from their positions of privilege. Dorothy Cummings McLean's realistic narrative does not describe the feats of heroes. Rather, it unnervingly lays bare the way religious faith and moral reasoning can be easily manipulated and compromised.
📒Star Jumper ✍ Frank Asch
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