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Rise to Globalism: American Foreign Policy since 1938 by Stephen E. Ambrose, Douglas Brinkley

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It is the young men born into the false prosperity of the s and brought up in the bitter realities of the Depression of the s that this book is about The literature they read as youngsters was anti war and cynical portraying patriots as suckers slackers and heroes None of them wanted to be part of another war They wanted to be throwing baseballs not handgrenades shooting s at rabbits not M s at other young men But when the test came when freedom had to be fought for or abandoned they fought from the Prologue, b The Barnes amp Noble Review b br Master WWII military historian Stephen Ambrose bestselling author of such classic works as a href http cart barnesandnoble com booksearch isbninquiry asp isbn rel nofollow i Band of Brothers i a and a href http cart barnesandnoble com booksearch isbninquiry asp isbn X rel nofollow i D Day i a hits the front lines again with this exciting and compelling look at the courageous young men who flew the massive B bombers over Germany during the last two years of World War II p br br The focus of the book is on George McGovern the Democratic presidential candidate who ironically was lambasted by the right for his anti Vietnam stance Here he shines brightly as an American airborne hero bravely piloting his huge and awkward bomber through massive German flak bombing McGovern also comes across as a fine commanding officer deeply caring about the men under his authority McGovern at the tender age of wound up flying missions and ultimately won the Distinguished Flying Cross p p br br The B was not an easy machine to fly It had a thin aluminum skin which made it sufficiently airworthy but terribly susceptible to attack from ground based enemy gunfire It was a simple machine though built with one purpose in mind dropping a maximum load of pounds of bombs There were no windshield wipers so a pilot like McGovern was often forced to stick his head out the window of the plane to see where he was going Above feet the only way to breathe was through an oxygen mask There was no heat which made the bombing runs that much more arduous And there were no bathrooms meaning that the pilots and their crews had to use relief tubes p p br br Ambrose goes into much useful detail on the origins of the pilots themselves Interestingly they were all volunteers the Army Air Corps the precursor to the modern Air Force did not want to make anyone take part in this difficult duty They came from all walks of life Some were college graduates while others were still in high school Many went straight from the farm to the airfield p p br br The pilots were treated quite well by the AAC considering that they were part of the same armed forces that tended to dehumanize servicemen in order to get the maximum use out of them They got to wear winged insignia on their uniforms They got extra pay As volunteers they knew what they were getting into unlike the typical draftee Most of all they wanted to serve and they wanted to fly p p br br Once again Stephen Ambrose has turned his spotlight on a special and unique facet of the U S military and brought the heroism and courage of the American soldier back home to us In his own way Ambrose himself has done a great service to the American people i Nicholas Sinisi i p p br br Nicholas Sinisi is the Barnes amp Noble com History editor p, As good a rifle company as any Easy Company th Airborne Division US Army kept getting tough assignments responsible for everything from parachuting into France early DDay morning to the capture of Hitler s Eagle s Nest at Berchtesgaden In Band of Brothers Ambrose tells of the men in this brave unit who fought went hungry froze amp died a company that took casualties amp considered the Purple Heart a badge of office Drawing on hours of interviews with survivors as well as the soldiers journals amp letters Stephen Ambrose recounts the stories often in the men s own words of these American heroes br Foreword br We wanted those wings Camp Toccoa br Stand up amp hook up Benning Mackall Bragg Shanks br Duties of the latrine orderly Aldbourne br Look out Hitler Here we come Slapton Sands Uppottery br Follow me Normandy br Move out Carentan br Healing wounds amp scrubbed missions Aldbourne br Hell s highway Holland br Island Holland br Resting recovering amp refitting Mourmelon le Grand br They got us surrounded the poor bastards Bastogne br Breaking point Bastogne br Attack Noville br Patrol Haguenau br Best feeling in the world Mourmelon br Getting to know the enemy Germany br Drinking Hitler s champagne Berchtesgaden br Soldier s dream life Austria br Postwar careers br Acknowledgments amp Sources br Index, No description available