During World War II, everyday life is disrupted in a small village in Sumatra when the Japanese set up a prisoner-of-war camp filled with Dutch internees, in a compelling novel that captures the devastating consequences of war. Winner of the Pegasus Prize. Reprint.
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Many Christians continue to fight the battle--the battle of sin and judgment. They believe God is withholding His blessing because of their sin. This book will set you free from condemnation, judgment, and fear, and free you to receive the blessings of God.
Chronicle of an ordinary Union soldier caught up in extraordinary events through a collection of letters.
A collection of 16 short stories which explore the idea of war in both traditional and non traditional senses of the word.
Swanson builds a case that the time has come to set behind us the idea that a war can ever be just. This critique of "Just War" theory finds the criteria such theories use to be either unmeasurable, unachievable, or amoral, and the perspective taken too narrow. This book argues that belief in the possibility of a just war does tremendous damage by facilitating enormous investment in war preparations–which strips resources from human and environmental needs while creating momentum for numerous unjust wars.
War Is a Racket is the title of two works, a speech and a booklet, by retired US Marine Corps Major General and two-time Medal of Honor recipient Smedley Darlington Butler. In these works, Butler frankly discusses from his experience as a career military officer how business interests commercially benefit from warfare. After his retirement from the Marine Corps, Gen. Butler made a nationwide tour in the early 1930s giving his speech, “War Is a Racket.” The speech was so well received that he wrote a longer version that was published in 1935, now republished with a foreword by former governor of Minnesota and New York Times bestselling author Jesse Ventura. Jesse Ventura reviews Major General Butler’s original writings and brings them up to date, relating them to our current political climate. Butler was a visionary in his day, and Ventura works to show how right he was and how wrong our current democracy is. Read for the first time Butler’s words with Ventura’s witty, yet insightful spin on this relevant work that will appeal not only to military historians, but also to those interested in the state of our country and the entire world.
"A stimulating study of two of the finest soldier-authors in American literature, Just What War Is explores the Civil War writings of John William De Forest and Ambrose Bierce. Michael W. Schaefer argues that, among the many Civil War veterans who wrote memoirs, novels, and stories based on their own experiences in combat, De Forest and Bierce stand alone in their efforts to create an unromanticized portrayal of war in literature. While exploring issues of literary realism in general, Schaefer examines the struggle of these two major writers to represent the moral and human dimensions of combat."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Excellent anthology features nearly all of Stephen Crane's verse, from two complete books of poems ― The Black Riders and Other Lines and War Is Kind ― to a selection of uncollected poetic works.