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by Frank Furlong Mathias

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Author:
Frank Furlong Mathias
ISBN13:
978-0813114620
ISBN:
0813114624
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Publisher:
Univ Pr of Kentucky; 1st edition (January 1, 1983)
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Subcategory:
Leaders & Notable People
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Frank Mathias was a teenager in a small town when the draft swept him into the army and then halfway around the world to the jungles of the South Pacific. He served in the huge invasion force in the Battle of Manila. s frank fear, his innocence and naivete, his uncertainties and ignorance, his excitements, his sense of being a helpless, even meaningless pawn of the generals, and his ultimate sense of growth and achievement. ―Journal of Philippine Studies. Will surely stand as one of the best war memoirs written by a Kentuckian. ―Lexington Herald-Leader. He served in the huge invasion force in the Battle of Manila, the deadliest single battle of the Pacific War. As an army musician attached to the 37th Infantry Division, Mathias saw the war from the bottom of the heap, where young privates lived and died.

University Press of Kentucky. Fort Thomas was a typical nineteenth-century brick army post. Perched solidly on a Kentucky bluff high above the Ohio River, it overlooked hilly eastern Cincinnati. Our bus unloaded in front of the huge drill hall where we would bunk with 416 other nervous draftees for the next twelve days. Встречается в книгах (2) с 1994 по 2000

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Second World War (content). Over two million American servicemen passed through Britain during the Second World War. In 1944, at the height of activity, up to half a million were based there with the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF). Their job was to man and maintain the vast fleets of aircraft needed to attack German cities and industry.

Frank Mathias was a Kentucky teenager when war swept him halfway around the world

Frank Mathias was a Kentucky teenager when war swept him halfway around the world. He took part in the huge invasion force in the Battle of Manila, the deadliest single battle of the Pacific War. As a saxophonist and a machine gunner attached to the 37th infantry Division, Mathias saw World War II from the bottom of the heap, where young privates lived and died.

An Army Bandsman in World War II. by Frank Furlong Mathias. Published January 1983 by University Press of Kentucky.

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Frank Mathias was a teenager in a small town when the draft swept him into the army and then halfway . In his best selling book The GI Generation, Mathias tells of growing up in small-town America between the wars

Frank Mathias was a teenager in a small town when the draft swept him into the army and then halfway around the world to the jungles of the South Pacific. In his best selling book The GI Generation, Mathias tells of growing up in small-town America between the wars. In GI Jive he recalls the gritty experience of combat as well as the music and the homefront pleasures the GIs fought to preserve. eISBN: 978-0-8131-4853-3. Subjects: History, Music.

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