Yes, It clearly shows why he was successful.
The enormous energy and ability of this man
A great and honorable president.
It is a fascinating history of the importance of geography in shaping world events.
The book revealed the mystery and ability that characterized this amazing man.
THAT DEVIL FORREST, about another military genius
His "rendition" of Jackson's voice.
Behold- pure military genius!
Yes, because there is so much detail it will bear a second listen.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the dominant politician of that era.
It is history
This ia an excellent volume of the Oxford History of the United States.
No.I was dissapointed at the ending, which was unanticipated and left you hanging.
Don't have one.
She handled the cahracters welll.
If the friend is interested in an in-depth study of American History-Yes
It is the story of my country.
This is a part of the Oxford history of the Unites States series.
The compelling stupidity about the Cold War.
It didn't really have a "character".
He helps focus the events.
No, it was all very sad.
Yes. It is excellent fiction that carries a moral message.about how terrible war is.
Pilar- She had to be strong and wise for everyone.
The end-when Roberto is telling Maria why she has to go on.
It made me teary in one or two places.
It is a candidate for " The Great American Novel " of the 20th century.
This book is.in a sense, a companion piece to his novel Matterhorn. In this book, the author tries to bring understanding to the realities of combat, the post traumatic stress disorder, and how to prepare our troops for this.It is a good read, and I recommend Matterhorn also.
I don't know of another book on this topic.
I thought has did very well. He appeared to understand what he was talking about.
It brought sharply to mind the futility of war, especially all the imperial wars our country has fought since WW2.
Squealer- He was tasked with doing the mental gymnastics to hew to the Party Line.
The scene at the end when the pigs were dancing on two feet.
No, I was more impressed by the author's fidelity o the true picture of Communism.
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