At last a truly comprehensive study of the Korean War; Fehrenbach has an understanding of how the most powerful military force in the world of a few short years before was so badly mauled and who exactly was at fault, he pulls no punches.
The arrogance and ultimate futility of 'Task Force Smith
Do not recall if I've listened to him before, his mispronouncing of some military terms was mildly annoying however, overall the performance was quite good.
However impractical... yes, and I made a noble attempt too.
I would recommend all of the series, and they get better as they go; can not wait for book five.
It certainly made me not want to be in the Gray Man's shoes.
Yes I have recommended this to many; the author is very matter of fact, he has a driving need to be the best, he is not an arrogant chest thumping jerk, he comes across as 'the quiet professional ' .
The dog, AKA 'The Hair Missile'.
It is very bad luck to attract these peoples attention.
There are some really bad actors in the world... Thank God for the dedication of all the people involved in dealing with them.
How Cornwell brings to life what it must have been like to be an English bowman in those times, they were a unique warrior type.
The reader, Keating has a very good command of the voices, and it was a pleasure listening to him.
Cornwell creates a scoundrel, who gradually and through many trials becomes a man of great honor.
When our Mr. Nice Guy goes all Nicolas Cage on 'The Evil Bad Guys'
Yes but I tormented myself with rationing.
The author knows in exquisite detail the subject he is writing of.
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