The GI's War
American Soldiers in Europe During World War IIUnknown - 2000
The GI's War contains eyewitness accounts from ordinary young men, farm hands and factory workers, who had war thrust upon them and in the process became veteran soldiers. Their unsparing narratives, presented in their own words, capture the many emotions evoked by war. GIs and their commanding officers speak freely, and movingly, of becoming soldiers, of enduring the ordeals of the various campaigns, and of fightling for their lives and their country. Vividly personal and compelling, this book puts the reader on the front lines.
Publisher: New York : Cooper Square Press, 2000.
Edition: First Cooper Square Press edition
Branch Call Number: 940.5412 HOYT E
Characteristics: xviii, 620 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm.