4 edition of Memories of my experiences as an artillery soldier during World War II found in the catalog.
Memories of my experiences as an artillery soldier during World War II
Byrd Leroy Lewis
|Other titles||Memories of World War II|
|Statement||Byrd Leroy Lewis.|
|Genre||Personal narratives, American, Biography|
|LC Classifications||D756 .L49 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 319 p. :|
|Number of Pages||319|
|LC Control Number||2009455479|
Introduction African Americans made up over one million of the more than 16 million U.S. men and women to serve in World War II. Some of these men served in infantry, artillery, and tank Size: KB. In , in the middle of the Second World War, America's book publishers took an audacious gamble. They decided to sell the armed forces cheap paperbacks, shipped to units scattered around the : Yoni Appelbaum.
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Learn more/5(24). George Cuthbert 77th Highland Field Regiment Royal Artillery (TA) World War II Experiences of George Cuthbert of Cathcart, Glasgow. By Ian Andrew Lindsay, Great Nephew, for a Lenzie Academy school project.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Byrd Leroy Lewis. The Great War and World War Two were perhaps the most traumatic times in recent history. The fighting and hardships affecting the whole of Europe, the Pacific and having a knock on effect through out the world.
This project aims to collect and preserve the memories of peoplewho have lived through the war. One of the remarkable aspects of the book's success in England and America is that, unlike most other works dealing with World War I, All Quiet on the Western Front deals with the experiences of German soldiers—detested enemies of the English and Americans during World War I and World War II.
Gottlob Herbert Bidermann served in that lethal theater from toand his memoir of those years recaptures the sights, sounds, and smells of the war as it vividly portrays an army marching on the road to ruin. A riveting and reflective account by one of the millions of anonymous.
In the hell that was World War II, the Eastern Front was its heart of fire and ice/5. A Soldier’s WWII Experience I was in the 16th Field Artillery Observation Battalion, Battery “A”. We were the eyes and ears of the Field Artillery. We fought our way from Utah Beach to the border of Belgium & Germany at a place named Auw, Germany—not a town, just.
During World War II, American soldiers from every city and walk of life rol During World War II, American soldiers from every city and walk of life rolled through North Platte, Nebraska, on troop trains en route to their ultimate destinations in Europe and the Pacific/5.
John C. Ausland was a former officer in the 29th Field Artillery during World War II. Over the years he wrote a series of articles about the war, and ultimately writing a book entitled "Letters Home: A War Memoir". These encompass his experiences, feelings, and opinions. These articles are transcribed on this web site, for you to read.
Part military history, part personal memoir, this book provides a boots-on-the-ground perspective on the largest US artillery bombardment since World War II.
Col. Scott Lingamfelter, USA (Ret.), began his twenty-eight-year military career as a field artilleryman, quickly moving up the ranks to colonel. The book opens with the violent break-up of imperial China, then moves on to the Japanese invasion and occupation, before the communists take over at the end of the second world war.
The Fugu Plan: The Untold Story of the Japanese and the Jews During World War Two Marvin Tokayer, Mary Swartz Our Price: £ This narrative follows a group of European Jews who fled to the haven of Japan during World War II.
It tells of their journey across Russia, their experiences in Japan and their survival in an Asian ghetto. The war memories for each were not easy to tell or write, for some had repressed them long ago. We have been able to live the American Dream through dedicated soldiers as the th Field Artillerymen.
They spent many nights together away from home with Brand: Trafford Publishing. Some. Books written during or about World War II. We are specifically seeking the Saturday Evening Post, Infantry Journal, Artillery Journal, Motornews and specific issues of Time, Stars & Stripes (no ETO versions) and Yank.
Please send a list of the titles you wish to donate. Ephemera. Yes. My Army 'Book of Memories' James Frank Alban Sr rd AAA Gun Battalion - WWII.
Response to Website. I get some really nice letters from folks that visit this site. I've started late, but I will begin to post them as they come in.
Fredric F Lockhart. Received: 15 Oct Postcard from the edge: Cyril lets his family know he is still alive. My father, himself a doctor who served in Normandy inhad rarely talked of his own father's First World War Author: Toby Helm.
An account of one man’s experiences during World War II Author – Raymond A. Yeatts – st Field Artillery Battalion. WORLD WAR II REMINISCENCES ISBN This is the third printing of a collection of 86 chapters, each the most vivid memories.
Technological developments Technological developments in the late 19th century had made artillery and machine guns extraordinarily effective defensive weapons, creating a deadly zone of fire in front of the defenders' rs and labourers were required to dig trenches and machine gun placements, which would protect men from enemy shelling and allow them to fire back at the enemy.Between andover million Canadians served in army, navy, and air forces across the globe.
Canadians contributed significantly to home defence, the production of war materials, the training of aircrews, the protection of shipping convoys across the Atlantic, the United Kingdom’s defence, the bomber war over Europe, and land, air, and sea action in Asia, the Mediterranean region.“The story of World War II will never fully be told,” she says.
“We tried to do it from a different angle, in a way it hasn't been addressed. The people left to tell their own stories are the regular soldiers, the 'grunts,' who fought in the war.
We really wanted to make a film that would honor their experiences .