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Author: Lowell Thomas
ISBN: 0836923790
Pages: 308 pages
Publisher: Ayer Co Pub; First Edition edition (June 1, 1943)
Language: English
Category: Americas
Size ePUB: 1464 kb
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Rating: 4.2
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Subcategory: History

e-Book These Men Shall Never Die (Essay Index Reprint Series) epub download

by Lowell Thomas



These Men Shall Never Die, 1943. Out of this World: Across the Himalayas to Tibet (1951).

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Start by marking These Men Shall Never Die as Want to Read . Great book made at the peak of World War II. It tells the stories of those that fought and sometimes died in combat during the war.

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Published by The John C. Winston Company (1943). Destination, rates & speeds. Clean text, sound binding. Main Title: These men shall never die, by Lowell Thomas, illustrated with official photographs by . About this Item: winston, 1943, reprint, spotty cover, very good. Seller Inventory 335321. Army Air Corps, U. S. Army signal corps, U. Navy, U. Marine corps. Approved by the Bureau of public relations, War department. xii, 308 pages; illustrations, illustrated, portraits; 24 cm. Seller Inventory 040777.

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Thomas is also known for two television programs: High Adventure, a series of travelogue specials filmed in the late 1950s for CBS; and Lowell Thomas Remembers, a 1970s PBS series that . Out of this World: Across the Himalayas to Tibet (1951)

These Men Shall Never Die, 1943.

A real man would take this sabbatical himself, but the book should suffice for those of you who are employed. Lord of the Flies by William Golding.

And without further ado, this is our list. Holden Caufield, if nothing else, should serve as a point of reference for the angst and cynicism that you perhaps once had, or ideally never had. If you thought like him when you were 16 or 17 years old, you are forgiven. A real man would take this sabbatical himself, but the book should suffice for those of you who are employed.

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In "These Men Shall Never Die," Lowell Thomas, noted radio personality of the day, has written a collection of stories about the heroes of WWII's first years.
Thomas has a knack for the sensational and many of the stories have factual errors, the consequence of many wartime publications. This book was written in 1943 and reflects a wartime propagandist view of warfare and is not one of Thomas's best works.
As a scholarly reference, this book points out unwittingly the disparity between awards for senior officers and lower officers, noncommissioned officers and enlisted.
It is a shame that commanders and other military authorities maintained throughout history a reluctance to award top medals to the men who certainly faced the most danger (unless the President, Congress or the public intervened). This reveals the unfortunate class or caste distinctions that in one form or another still exist in today`s military.
Perhaps the most notable viewpoint I took from this book is that officers, particularly those above field grade, should not be eligible for the Medal of Honor as was originally intended.
Shame on those within the military hierarchy who refused to award men medals they certainly deserved for fear of having their egos or service surpassed or overshadowed.
Thomas makes no such commentary, but I feel remiss if I don't acknowledge now what scholars and readers of the past seem to have overlooked.
REVIEW EVERY BOOK YOU READ, DEMAND BETTER LITERATURE THROUGH YOUR OPINIONS!
Matty
A favorite book from my youth, all that is in this book is what made love me America and wanted me to aspire to be as good as the people in this book. all that aside. I did my research to find the best deal I could and thought I did a fair job. product was listed as good condition..was not, cover was sunburnt to the point of blue cover was in some places straw-gray. inside, pages/paper was past yellow to the point of being tan and brittle. lower part of spine cloth covering was crumbling to dust, but the rest of spine (where not sunburnt) and binding was OK. product picture showed paper jacket, product description said paper jacket was in good shape, sellers name is "Full Paper Jacket" (there is a trend here)...No paper jacket. not to split hairs here but WTF? all in all the price was right, book got here quickly,and it's a part of my library. and in retrospect, when I was younger I didn't see that this was WW2 American Propaganda..which it blatantly IS. I still feel proud of our early wartime heroes, the book was written when the outcome of the war was in doubt and American's haven't geared-up in to a full head of steam to win. A good read with lotso pictures.
Phenade
memories of the past. Awesome
Mr_NiCkNaMe
I'm not sure what the other person's deal is but the book is a classic. It tells the stories of the military personnel that fought in World War II straight from them and/or fellow soldiers/sailors/marines. It leaves no space for exagguration, straight from the horse's mouth as they say. My grandfather (Robert "Bob" Canavan) is featured in one of the stories and it's almost like being there when reading his story. It gives you a renewed sense of pride knowing that the blood in your veins comes from someone as selfless and courageous as him--you can't ask for any other form of inspiration better than that.