8 edition of Soldiers and Ghosts found in the catalog.
June 15, 2005
by Yale University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||480|
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" Soldiers and Ghosts, with its analysis of military combat in cultural terms, has much to recommend it. It is a lively and well-written book that is based on close readings of the classical sources and critical reviews of the secondary literature."―Barton C.
Hacker, Cited by: Soldiers and Ghosts is an unusually literary analysis of ancient militaries. The book, in two halves, traces the evolution of the Classical Greek and Hellenistic armies and those of Rome/5.
The first book in a trilogy, Soldiers and Ghosts tells a tale of valor amid the horror of unceasing battle and struggle as the Ghost Army gained recruits at feverish pitch during the darkest days of the Civil War.
The Case of the Soldier's Ghost Steve Brezenoff — Juvenile Fiction Author:. Book Overview A major new history of battle in the ancient world, from the age of Homer through the decline of the Roman empire What set the successful armies of Sparta, Macedon, and Rome apart from those they defeated?/5(5).
Ranging from the Battle of Champions between Sparta and Argos in B.C. through Julian's invasion of Persia in A.D. Soldiers and Ghosts brings to life the most decisive military contests of 4/5(4).
Harrowing, poignant, and inspiring, Ghost Soldiers is the mesmerizing story of a remarkable mission. It is also a testament to the human spirit, an account of enormous bravery and self-sacrifice amid the most trying conditions.
From the Back Cover “ [Sides] liberates his story from documentary and turns it into by: 4. "Soldiers and Ghosts offersa wholly original cultural history of Greek and Roman warfare. The book is hugely impressive in scope and ambition, often brilliant in interpretation, elegantly constructed and wonderfully written."-Hans van Wees, University College, London, author of /5().
This book demands a response from its readers. It is impossible not to be drawn in to the provocative (often contentious) discussion that Harvey Mansfield sets before us.
This is the first /5(2). " Soldiers & Ghosts is an excellent starting point for readers interested in the military histories of Greece and Rome."--Nicholas E.
Efstathiou, Military History "The book provides an excellent survey of the military history of the Graeco-Roman world and the rise and fall of several empires."-- New York Military Affairs Symposium ReviewReviews: Amongst the multitude of books about the war in Iraq, Ghosts of War stands out by capturing the war as seen and experienced by 19 year old Army Reservist and laying it out without pretense or judgment.
" Soldiers and Ghosts, with its analysis of military combat in cultural terms, has much to recommend it. It is a lively and well-written book that is based on close readings of the classical sources and critical reviews of the secondary literature."—Barton C.
Hacker, Technology and CultureBrand: Yale University Press. Ranging from the Battle of Champions between Sparta and Argos in B.C. through Julian’s invasion of Persia in A.D.Soldiers and Ghosts brings to life the most decisive military contests of ancient Greece and Rome.
Lendon places these battles, and the methods by which they were fought, in a sweeping narrative of ancient military history. Such impressions would have made sense to novelist and supernatural thriller writer Dennis Wheatley () who served as a soldier on the Western Front in the war.
In a story he told to the Ghost Club and in his book The Devil and All His Works () cites as his own personal experience resting after the Battle of Cambrai. In Ghost Soldiers Hampton Sides vividly re-creates this daring raid, offering a minute-by-minute narration that unfolds alongside intimate portraits of the prisoners and their lives in the camp.
Sides shows how the POWs banded together to survive, defying the Japanese authorities even as they endured starvation, tropical diseases, and torture. “ Soldiers and Ghosts offers a wholly original cultural history of Greek and Roman warfare. The book is hugely impressive in scope and ambition, often brilliant in interpretation, elegantly constructed and wonderfully written.”—Hans van Wees, University College, London.
Lendon in his book, Soldiers and Ghosts: A History of Battle in Classical Antiquity, uses Greek and Roman culture to explain fundamental changes in the conduct of war.
Lendon persuasively argues that competition and an obsession with the ancient past were the guiding principles of Greek warfare. Ghost Soldiers The rescue of over American POWs from a Japanese camp in the Philippines in was the largest and most successful operation of its kind.
This book is based on personal accounts from the survivors. Free download or read online Ghost Soldiers: The Epic Account of World War IIs Greatest Rescue Mission pdf (ePUB) book.
The first edition of the novel was published inand was written by Hampton Sides. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Paperback format. The main characters of this history, non fiction story are.
✏Ghost Soldiers of Gettysburg Book Summary: Discover the paranormal legacy of one of America's most celebrated historical sites. Based on scores of investigations conducted at the battlefield, Ghost Soldiers of Gettysburg presents a wealth of fascinating Civil War history and compelling, first-hand encounters with ghost soldiers.
Ghost Soldiers: The Epic Account of World War II’s Greatest Rescue Mission () is a historical nonfiction book by Hampton Sides. The book narrates the perilous mission undertaken behind enemy lines to liberate more than five hundred Allied prisoners of war from a prison camp in the Philippines.
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Ghost wants to be the fastest sprinter on his elite middle school track team, but his past is slowing him down in this first electrifying novel of the acclaimed Track series from Coretta Scott King/John Steptoe Award–winning author Jason Reynolds."Soldiers and Ghosts offersa wholly original cultural history of Greek and Roman warfare.
The book is hugely impressive in scope and ambition, often brilliant in interpretation, elegantly constructed and wonderfully written."-Hans van Wees, University College, London, author of .