Us Doughboy 1916 19
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BeschreibungDedicated to the life of the average US soldier during World War I, this book follows the doughboy during the course of the war: from conscription, arrival at a training facility, transportation to Europe, and finally into combat in the trenches. The evolution of the US Army is discussed, and its organization, the tension between Pershing's desire for "open" warfare and the actual reality of trench warfare is examined in detail. Appearance, equipment and weaponry of the American soldier are all featured, along with vivid descriptions of day-to-day experiences and the shock of combat on the front.
InhaltsverzeichnisIntroduction - Chronology - Enlistment - Training - Appearance and equipment - Everyday life - Experience of battle - Colour plate commentary - Museums - Collecting - Re-enactment - Index
PortraitThomas A Hoff is a long time student and reenactor of World War I. He combines a teaching post in History at Northeastern Illinois University, where he is currently developing a class on World War I, with work for the Chicago Police Department as a part-time detective. He is married to Mary, has two children, and lives and works in Chicago, Illinois.
PressestimmenProduced to the very high standard that Osprey books have become known for.
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: OSPREY PUB INC
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 2005
Seitenanzahl: 64 Seiten