2 edition of Enduring battle found in the catalog.
Christopher H. Hamner
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Christopher H. Hamner|
|Series||Modern war studies, Modern war studies|
|LC Classifications||U22.3 .H248 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 281 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||281|
|LC Control Number||2010047205|
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Christopher Hamner's "Enduring Battle" is a literary descendent of John Keegan's classic "The Face of Battle." Keegan studied the experience of combat for British soldiers at Agincourt, Waterloo, and the Somme, and found the most important single motivation for soldiers was their tendency to fight for each by: 4.
Enduring Battle looks beyond advances in weaponry to examine changes in warfare at the very personal level.
Drawing on the combat experiences of American soldiers in three widely separated Throughout history, battlefields have placed a soldier's instinct for self-preservation in direct opposition to the army's insistence that he do his duty and /5. Enduring Battle explores both the changes and continuities in infantrymen's combat experience over time.
Important commonalities connected the experiences of soldiers on the battlefields of these wars: the smothering presence of danger, the potency of fear in battle, and the constant proximity of death represented the most profound and nearly Pages: Christopher Hamner talked about his book, [Enduring Battle: American Soldiers in Three Wars, ].
He contrasted and compared the experiences. Earl J. Hess's book Enduring battle book Union Soldier in Battle: Enduring the Ordeal of Combat" is a lucid and Enduring battle book account of the Union soldier's adjustment to the harrowing experience of combat.
Hess's straightforward use of soldiers' correspondence and memoirs presents the reader with an illustrative candor which boldly challenges any romantic Cited by: The book's coverage of training and leadership explores the ways in which military systems have attempted to deal with the problem of soldiers' fear in battle and contrasts leadership in the linear and dispersed tactical systems.
Enduring Battle challenges long-standing notions that high ideals and small unit bonds provide sufficient. With a rich narrative of the Battle for “Hamburger Hill,” and through substantial interviews with those who served, the book depicts the cruelty of this war, and its quiet acts of courage.
James Wright's Enduring Vietnam provides an important dimension to the profile of an American generation—and a rich account of an American : St. Martin''s Publishing Group. Alexander Rose reviews Christopher H. Hamner's "Enduring Battle: American Soldiers in Three Wars, ," and Wayne E.
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Hess. I saw enough to sicken the heart The scenes which I witnessed were enough to overthrow all imaginations concerning the glory of war; but, Cited by: Enduring Battle: American Soldiers in Three Wars, by Christopher H. Hamner Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, pages $ [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The book is an attempt to compare the combat experience of American forces in three wars: the War of Independence, Civil War, and World War II.
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The Rights of My People revisits Liliuokalani's decades-long. Book Review: The Union Soldier in Battle: Enduring the Ordeal of Combat. Brian Holden Reid.
War in History 7: Book Review: The Union Soldier in Battle: Enduring the Ordeal of Combat Show all authors. Brian Holden Reid. Brian Holden Reid. King's College London See all articles by this : Brian Holden Reid. The book was not an eyewitness account of the battle (though Hannibal’s own narrative was thought to exist); rather, it was the highly regarded masterwork of General Alfred von Schlieffen, the former chief of the German general staff.Currently I am only on page 33 and grateful that I picked it up.
Mr. Hess is a thorough historian, and in this book concentrates on the reality of battle. He is not sentimental, nor does he portray soldiers as victims, and yet gives us clarion thoughts about what it took for men to endure combat/5.37 This discussion of TF is drawn from Jeffrey G.
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