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“The Dutch Moment” is a very well researched, detailed study of an otherwise obscure age of history. One searching for a deep understanding of the saga of Dutch colonialism in the mid Seventeenth Century will be very well served by this book. I consider myself to be more of a general student of by: 8. The Moment by Douglas Kennedy was such a suprise in a good way in that it was much better than i could of ever expected. While i was drawn to the book by the setting of Cold War Berlin something i have been facinated by for many years what totally suprised me was how good the overall story was/5. The Civil War: A Narrative by Shelby Foote. This epic three-volume masterpiece is to war what Gibbon’s Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire was to history. It is the definitive history of the US Civil War — it gives equal treatment to both sides, and is more than one million words, but is never boring. This book was a large part of Ken. The Great War. War of Attrition: Fighting the First World War by William Philpott (Overlook, ). Reexamines the causes and lingering effects of the war, drawing on experiences of front-line soldiers, munitions workers, politicians and diplomats, and shows how U.S. support early in the war led to the country’s emergence on the world stage.
Back in January, I wrote a list of reading goals. One of them was to read either Anna Karenina or War and it happened, my local library put together what they called the Big Book Club in an effort to tackle books with extraordinary page lengths, starting this summer with Tolstoy’s War and Peace.I registered to get notifications and took a deep breath Author: Abby Hargreaves. In A Moment of War, the young British idealist, Laurie Lee, sets out to revisit and defend the country he came to know a few years before while on a long rambling excursion into the heights and depths of Spain, described in his previous book, As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning/5(). A Moment of War is the powerful and harrowing final book in Laurie Lee's acclaimed trilogy that began with Cider with Rosie. Laurie Lee was still a young man when he decided to fight for the Republican cause in Spain's civil war. But though he braved icy, storm-swept mountains alone to contact Republican sympathisers, he was immediately suspected of /5(). A Moment of War is the powerful final book in the acclaimed trilogy that began with Cider with Rosie.. A Moment of War is the powerful and harrowing final book in Laurie Lee's acclaimed trilogy that began with Cider with Rosie Laurie Lee was still a young man when he decided to fight for the Republican cause in Spain's civil war. But though he braved icy, storm .
A Moment of War () by author Laurie Lee is the last book of his semi-autobiographical trilogy. It covers his time as a combatant in the Spanish Civil War from – The preceding books of the trilogy are Cider With Rosie () and As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning ().. The book describes how, in December , Lee set out for Spain to fight for the Republican Author: Laurie Lee. In “The Most Dangerous Moment of the War,” the author gives a well-detailed account of the raid, which badly stung the Royal Navy but which the Japanese failed to exploit to a strategic advantage." SeaPower "The kind of story you'd find in illustrated form inone of the s boys' comics such as Warlord, or Commando. Absolutely enthralling."Brand: Casemate UK. "A Moment of War is the magnificent conclusion to Laurie Lee's autobiographical trilogy begun in Cider with Rosie and As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning. It was December when the young Laurie Lee crossed the Pyrenees and walked into the bitter winter of . 'The King of Content,' a new bio of the year-old media mogul Sumner Redstone, by Keach Hagey, shows how he turned a small theater chain into the Viacom empire and planted the seeds for the.