6 edition of One Young Soldier found in the catalog.
October 18, 2007
by Outskirts Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||396|
Just like the other books I have already mentioned, this one describes in detail how innocence during the war was forever lost. Storm of Steel by Ernst Junger Ernst Junger was a loved and hated German author who was regarded as one of the most complex and contradictory figures in 20th-century German : Romeo Rosales. Welcome to Books For Soldiers! We have been sending books to members of the U.S. military since Operation Desert Storm and we aren’t going to stop until they are all back home. Any deployed member of the US military may request a book, DVD, video game, etc. Soldiers, request a book via the form below.
Character List "Tim O'Brien" The protagonist of the novel, "O'Brien" symbolizes memory and storytelling, two central themes of the is a young foot soldier in the Vietnam War, a member of Alpha Company. He is also the fictional persona of O'Brien the writer, and similarly is a middle-aged writer with a Midwestern, middle-class background that informs his values. About The Book. Published to extraordinary acclaim around the world, One Soldier’s War is a visceral and unflinching memoir of a young Russian soldier’s experience in the Chechen wars that brilliantly captures the fear, drudgery, chaos, and brutality of modern combat. Reviewers have hailed it as “remarkable a work of both autobiography and the imagination in the tradition .
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Former infantry rifleman and platoon sergeant Gary DeRigne has created a novel set during the Viet Nam War that is brutal, honest, heartrending, tragic, and hopeful in turns. Told as only one who experienced the war firsthand can relay, One Young Soldier is a thoughtful and enduring work of literature that is as engaging to read as it is disturbing.5/5(14).
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He grew up in prosperous circumstances that allowed him to play sport and ride horses. He always intended to be a soldier and was able to combine these interests by joining the Life Guards as a 4/5(1). Told as only one who experienced the war firsthand can relay, One Young Soldier is a thoughtful One Young Soldier book enduring work of literature that is as engaging to read as it is disturbing.
DeRigne does not spare the reader the brutalities of war in all its nightmarish horror. This sensitive and unforgettable first novel is a triumph Reviews: 1. One Young Soldier A Novel by Gary DeRigne "Hell, if it exists, can't be much worse than this " "Former infantry rifleman and platoon sergeant Gary DeRigne has created a novel set during the Viet Nam War that is brutal, honest, heartrending, tragic, and hopeful in turns.
Told as only one who experienced the war firsthand can relay, One Young Soldier is a thoughtful and enduring. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bishop, Tim.
One young soldier. Norwich: M. Russell, (OCoLC) Material Type: Biography: Document Type. One Soldier book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(11). It's a book written to take you along the journey Don O'hara, and the ride is one you'll never forget.
The end of the book is a mixture of sadness, anticipation, and cliff hanger that will leave you wanting to hurt the author for how brilliantly she wrote you to the cliff, just to leave you there/5(11). "Young Soldiers Amazing Warriors is a first hand account of a soldier's daily life in the combat zone during the Vietnam War.
The reader is immersed in the youthful courage that permeates our hero's actions and the humor that helps him survive the mayhem/5(). Buy One Young Soldier: The Memoirs of a Cavalryman 1st Edition by Tim Bishop, Bruce Shand (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low. A Classic That's Inspired Millions!Out of the dark shadows of Soviet atheism rose a fearless young man whose boldness for Christ would make him a testimony to millions of believers around the world.
This is the true story of Ivan (Vanya) Moiseyev, a soldier in the Soviet Red Army who was ruthlessly persecuted and incarcerated for his faith/5. We Were Soldiers Once and Young is a book by Lt. Gen.
Harold G. Moore (Ret.) and war journalist Joseph L. Galloway about the Vietnam : Lt. Gen. Harold G. Moore (Ret.) and Joseph. If I had to recommend one book for children about WW1 it would be Remembrance by Theresa Breslin and for young adults, The Shell House by Linda Newbery.
Also by Linda Newbery is Tilly's Promise Author: Guardian Staff. Sajer was a mid-war French recruit who ended up a transportation soldier in the German Army and was later taken into the GrossDeutschland Infantry Division.
His experience of the war was essentially, the long retreat of the Germans from the East Front. There is certainly plenty of description of the by: One Soldier’s War is a visceral and unflinching memoir of a young Russian soldier’s experience in the Chechen wars that brilliantly captures the fear, drudgery, chaos, and brutality of modern combat/5.
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