5 edition of Cold War warriors found in the catalog.
Cold War warriors
|Statement||by David Stone.|
|LC Classifications||UA652.D83 S76 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||434 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||434|
|LC Control Number||00340359|
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“Cold Warriors is a big and brash book at the heart of which is the surprise that all in all, even in these godforsaken times, the pen managed to remain mightier than the sword.” (National Review)/5(17).
Cold Warriors by Duncan White Duncan White is a lecturer in both history and literature at Harvard University and his new book, Cold Warriors: Writers Who Waged the Literary Cold War, is a worthwhile read for anyone with these dual interests.
It roughly covers the span from the Spanish Civil war to the fall of the Berlin War and the Soviet Union/5. Cold Warriors is an interesting book that reveals more about this remarkable class which included 3 Chiefs of Staffs of the Army, Air Force and Phillipine Army as well as other four star generals and astronaut Frank Borman.
My main complaint about the book is there is very little about life at the Academy and the training, the Class received/5(4). Cold Warriors is a big and brash book at the heart of which is the surprise that all in all, even in these godforsaken times, the pen managed to remain mightier than the sword.
Comments. Historical action novel set in the Cold War. Principal characters are Major Rick Holt, USMC, flying supersonic Crusader fighters from the USS Forrestal in the Mediterranean Sea, and Captain Angelika Steiger, femme fatale of the KGB/5(2).
About the Author. Paul McDonald is a retired RAF group captain and a former fast-jet pilot and flying instructor. In his youth he was an Air Cadet and he is a current Air Cadet Gliding Instructor/5(4). A Cold War novel set in the 's of the clash between the free and communist worlds.
You ride with Marine Corps Major Rick Holt from carrier decks to the stratosphere in his MACH 2 Crusader fighter from the Central Front to the MED to the Congo and Cuba/5(2). Drawing upon years of archival research and the latest declassified intelligence, Cold Warriors is both a gripping saga of prose and politics, and a welcome reminder that--at a moment when ignorance is all too frequently celebrated and reading is seen as increasingly irrelevant--writers and books can change the world.
During the Cold War, on both sides of the Iron Curtain, writers were warriors, literature a weapon. Daily Telegraph book reviewer White (History and Literature/Harvard Univ.; Nabokov and His Books,etc.) returns with a massive, thoroughly researched history of the roles of writers and literature during the Cold War.
This book tells the story of these and many other “Cold War Warriors “ of the West Point class of People of this Nation as well as other Nations need to be aware of the selfless dedication and contributions these men made to assist in winning the Cold War and to Author: Phil Bardos.
“Cold Warriors is the story of the writers who dealt with the consequences of having literature become a Cold War battleground. In the United States, depending on.
“Cold Warriors is a big and brash book at the heart of which is the surprise that all in all, even in these godforsaken times, the pen managed to remain mightier than the sword. National Review Easily one of the best literary history books you’ll read in Brand: HarperCollins Publishers.
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Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 letters. Pages: • Cold Warriors: Writers Who Waged the Literary Cold War by Duncan White is published by Little, Brown (£25).
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In this ground-breaking and fascinating book, Duncan White illuminates a period in history in which literature became one of the most potent of weapons, and its authors often the bravest of /5(7). Silent Warriors, Incredible Courage is a history of the Cold War overflights of the Soviet Union, its allies, and the People's Republic of China, based on extensive interviews with Rushing to respond, the US and its allies developed a selective overflight program to gather intelligence/5.
Buy We Were Cold Warriors by Johnson, Damon (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(12). Cold Warriors is a far-reaching enterprise, with a large cast and many intertwined threads.
White artfully constructs a gripping tale by deploying some novelistic arts of. Cold War-era book programs could not simply replicate the structure of the council and of Overseas Editions, though, in part because the Cold War was more an ideological battle than a military one, and thus the adversar-ies drew much more heavily on cultural diplomacy as a weapon than they had during World War II.
Cold Warriors by Duncan White, review: The Cold War, era of the weapons-grade novel As well as telling the story of how literature was weaponised during the Cold War, White’s book 4/5. Cold Warriors: Writers Who Waged the Literary Cold War by Duncan White has an overall rating of Positive based on 12 book reviews.3/4(12).
In this brilliant account of the literary war within the Cold War, novelists and poets become embroiled in a dangerous game of betrayal, espionage, and conspiracy at the heart of the vicious conflict fought between the Soviet Union and the West “Cold Warriors is a big and brash book at the heart of which is the surprise that all in all.
COLD WAR WARRIORS has 2, members. THE COLD WAR The Cold War was a period of geopolitical tension between the Soviet Union with its satellite states. Book Description: Though the United States emerged from World War II with superpower status and quickly entered a period of economic prosperity, the stresses and contradictions of the Cold War nevertheless cast a shadow over American life.
The same period marked the heyday of the western film. As is the risk with any book trying to cover so much, Cold Warriors as a whole is uneven. It is at its strongest when charting the shifting communist sympathies of George Orwell, Arthur Koestler, Mary McCarthy, and others, but what connects all the authors mentioned is primarily that they were writing during the Cold War.
There was a saying during World War II: ‘Books Are Weapons in the War of Ideas.’ During the Cold War, writers east and west doubled down on that s: Cold War Warriors—The Men and Guns of Special Forces Berlin. by James Stejskal, U.S. Army Special Forces (Ret.) - Monday, Novem According to Duncan White in his new book, Cold Warriors: Writers Who Waged the Literary Cold War, that didn't stop the police from making.
There was no more potent weapon in the Cold War than the printed book. Drawing from his recently published book, Cold Warriors: Writers Who Waged the Literary Cold War, Duncan White explains how literature was weaponized as part of the ideological conflict on both sides of the Iron Curtain, showing how writers like Graham Greene, Mary McCarthy, John Le Carré, and Alexander Solzhenitsyn were.
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Harvard Book Store welcomes award-winning journalist and academic DUNCAN WHITE—Assistant Director of Studies in History & Literature at Harvard University—for a discussion of his latest book, Cold Warriors: Writers Who Waged the Literary Cold will be joined in conversation by LAUREN KAMINSKY, scholar of gender and the Soviet Union.
“Cold Warriors is a big and brash book at the heart of which is the surprise that all in all, even in these godforsaken times, the pen managed to remain mightier than the sword.” (National Review) “Consistently absorbing.” (Wall Street Journal)/5(19).
Today Kennan is probably best remembered as a scholar of Soviet affairs who opposed the Vietnam War, who urged moderation in our dealings with Moscow and whose elegantly written memoirs are invaluable to any understanding of the postwar era.
But the Kennan of the 's was an enthusiastic cold. Cold War Warriors. The Cuban Missile Crisis - Part 1. Commander John Murphy, USN Retired. Late in October the U.S. Quarantine forces became concerned about the presence of four or more Soviet Foxtrot class submarines (diesels) operating in or near the Quarantine line which was then about miles east of Cuba.
‘When the cold war ended, ideology went by the wayside, according to cold warriors like Francis Fukuyama, with whom Michaels agrees on this limited point.’ ‘Lifestyle branding filled shopping's ‘meaning’ vacuum for a time, but it wasn't enough to satisfy the ambitions of the old-school cold warriors.’.
Cold Warriors (Hardcover) Writers Who Waged the Literary Cold War. By Duncan White. Custom House,pp. Publication Date: Aug. Apollo's Warriors book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Apollo's Warriors book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
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