Published October 2001
by Heinemann Library .
Written in English
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Americans at War focuses on how war shaped (and was shaped by) American society, culture, and national identity from to the present. Each of the volumes covers a different time period: , , , and to the present. The articles were written by academic and independent scholars and average around two 5/5(1). Americans at War consists of several essays on a variety of military people and topics, beginning with Ulysses S. Grant's siege of Vicksburg during the Civil War, ending with Ambrose's speculations on "War in the 21st Century" (Americans at War was published in ), and touching upon seemingly every military conflict in between/5. America at War has 22 entries in the series. The Koren War and The Vietnam America at War (Series) Britannica Educational Publishing Author Robert Curley Editor (). Our custom jackets for the collection feature an engraving by Winslow Homer, “The War for the Union, A Bayonet Charge,” which appeared in Harper’s Weekly in The books in this set are published by Penguin Random House. The Civil War As Told By Those Who Lived It – First Year. The Civil War As Told By Those Who Lived It – Second Year.
“A novel with as much desolation and devastation as Omar El Akkad’s ferocious American War, set in a time that is beyond ours but in the scope of now, is usually tagged as dystopian. However convenient such labels are, this book transcends easy labels with its visceral immediacy, its vivid and unforgettable characters, its blasted, wasted, ‘high water everywhere’ landscapes, and its harrowing course of action. American War is the first novel by Canadian-Egyptian journalist Omar El Akkad. It is set in a near-future United States of America, ravaged by climate change and disease, in which a second Civil War has broken out over the use of fossil fuels. The plot is told using historiographic metafiction by future historian Benjamin Chestnut, about his aunt, Sarat Chestnut who is climate refugee, pushed out of Louisiana . American War tells the story of the second American Civil War, between the North and the South, through the tale of a young girl Sarat. Sarat is from Louisiana and after her father's death spends her childhood in a refugee camp with her mother and siblings where she is recruited to take on a brutal role in the s: A fascinating chronicle of the endeavors of African Americans who fought for their country: this book recounts their stories, their bravery, and their contributions. African Americans at War puts a Reviews: 1.
America at War is Alcorn's fifth collaboration with Lee Bennett Hopkins. Mr. Alcorn lives with his wife, Sabina, and four cats in an eighteenth-century farmhouse in the heart of Cambridge, New York, surrounded by the pastoral farmland of Washington County. An overview of his work may be viewed at The other soldier’s fate is not certain. Alexander Roseincludes this story in his new book, Men of War, which profiles ordinary American soldiers under fire at Bunker Hill, Gettysburg, and Iwo Jima. There are about sixty to seventy poems in this book that are written during and about each American war from the Revolution to the most recent Iraq War. Each page has a poem and an illustration. The illustration are stylized interpretations of the poems. The artwork and the poems really drive the point, war is painful, to the reader/5(10). First published by Washington’s Blog and Global Research in February The U.S. Has Only Been At Peace For 21 Years Total Since Its Birth In , Danios wrote: Below, I have reproduced a year-by-year timeline of America’s wars, which reveals something quite interesting: since the United States was founded in , she has been at war during out [ ].