6 edition of Cranking Up a Fine War found in the catalog.
by Byrenlee Pr
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
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Cranking Up a Fine War is the account of a young soldier's personal journey through World War II and of the shared experiences of all the soldiers who made their way from boot camp to the battlefields of Europe on the path of victory/5(2).
I read Cranking Up a Fine War in a day, start to finish. I couldn't stop. Not from the Louisiana National Guard to the end. The author's honesty, his common sense, his decency, his determination, his dedication are there on every page.
His writing is just right. The pictures are superb. The story is : Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Cranking Up a Fine War: A Louisiana Soldier from Boot Camp to General's Aide at Read honest /5.
The author of Cranking Up A Fine War was a young man from Louisiana when World War II broke out. He joined LSU's R.O.T.C. program first, then enlisted and trained across a good deal of the American South. England and France and Germany followed.
This was a war with a noble purpose and the only way home was victory. My grandfather's story is now a published book. A publishing company called ByrenLee Press released Cranking Up a Fine War: A Louisiana Soldier from Boot Camp to General's Aide in May The book has been favorably reviewed in several publications and has sold well all over Louisiana and Texas, not to mention the world.
Buy a cheap copy of Cranking Up a Fine War: A Louisiana book by Van R. Mayhall. InVan Mayhall joined the National Guard. He was only seventeen years old and he was just beginning to court the girl who would become the love of his life.
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After researching photos of the European Theatre, which I did all last year for Cranking Up A Fine War, I find the staged photos disturbing in their cheerfulness--but they along with the unstaged photos give a good look at the uniforms and equipment and point out one Rat Patrol-related fact: men in the African campaign tended to wear whatever.
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It is not the most pleasant duty, but it IS only 90 days. L ik e all of Andrew Roberts’s histories, Churchill is massively researched and exquisitely written. 1 The author’s sharp sense of humor is often in evidence and warmly complements Churchill’s own.
As a chronology of an exceptional life, this is a very fine book that bears comparison with the generally best-regarded single-volume lives of Churchill by Roy Jenkins and Geoffrey Best.