|LC Classifications||PZ4.B8333 Af, PS3552.R365 Af|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||235|
|LC Control Number||72080344|
Buy a cheap copy of After the Good War book by Peter R. Breggin. Free shipping over $Cited by: 1. After The War Series. 2 primary works • 2 total works. Book 1. Redemption's Blade. by Adrian Tchaikovsky. Ratings Reviews published 5 editions. Book 2. Salvation's Fire. by Justina Robson. Ratings 24 Reviews published 3 : Adrian Tchaikovsky. After the War by Carol Matas is just a great all around well written book. It is about a girl named Rachel and her life, being a Jew, after World War II. The author really ties together the facts of the time and the personal conflicts it created within people. This book has shocked me and made me realize what life at this time was like/5. Two years after a horrible world war and disease have ravaged the world, Brian and Steven emerge from their well-stocked and comfortable bunker. They were on their way to collect Steven's sister, Bethany, from the bunker where she had been staying,in order to meet up with her uncle, General Driscoll/5().
In The Good War Terkel presents the good, the bad, and the ugly memories of World War II from a perspective of forty years of after the events. No matter how gruesome the memories are, relatively few of the interviewees said they would have been better off without the experience. It was a central and formative experience in their lives/5. The Light After the War. by. Anita Abriel (Goodreads Author) Rating details 1, ratings reviews. Inspired by an incredible true story of two Jewish friends who survived the Holocaust, this sweeping novel of love and friendship spans World War II from Budapest to Austria and the postwar years from Naples to Caracas, perfect for fans of The German Girl and We Were the Lucky Ones/5. The best books on The Aftermath of World War II recommended by Keith Lowe Postwar Europe was a scene of both physical and moral destruction. The author of Savage Continent, winner of the Hessell-Tiltman History Prize, recommends essential reading for understanding the sheer scale of suffering, dislocation and fighting after the war was over. In this book we follow the character Charlotte who we met in the book ‘Somewhere in France’. Charlotte was a VAD nurse in London during WWI. After the war she works for a woman politician to improve the lives of Veterans and their widows. Charlotte is a quiet, studious woman of her s:
Terkel compiled a series of books based on oral histories that defined America in the 20th Century. Working: People Talk About What They Do All Day and How They Feel About What They Do received a National Book Award nomination in The Good War: An Oral History of World War II won the Pulitzer Prize in nonfiction in /5(10). “Written more than 2, years ago, this book still contains the best description of why countries go to war, the best funeral oration and the best depiction of political realism ever set down in print.” “The first great book on war in all its aspects, and still one of the best.” On War () by Carl von Clausewitz. "The Good War" - Studs Turkel's 5th oral history - was published in Like most of his other books, this too was a "best seller". Turkel has put together excerpts from some interviews with people who lived during the war years - ex-military officers and enlisted men, defense industry workers, atomic bomb scientists, celebrities Cited by: According to our national mythology, that was a 'good war,' one of the few for which the benefits clearly outweighed the costs. Except for a few books published shortly after the war and quickly forgotten, this orthodoxy has been essentially unchallenged." How accurate is this hallowed portrayal of America's role in World War .