2 edition of How we saw the war found in the catalog.
How we saw the war
Includes bibliographical references (p. 392-393) and index.
|LC Classifications||D799.N5 P35 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||400 p. :|
|Number of Pages||400|
|LC Control Number||2009483986|
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How we saw the war: through New Zealand eyes. [Ron Palenski] -- "On the 70th anniversary of the declaration of war in Septemberthis book looks at the war through the eyes of the people who lived through it. The War is the Ken Burns treatment of WW2 that we've all been waiting for since his spectacular civil war series.
It treats the twentieth century's most significant event in a very rational way, looking at the war's effect on individual by: How we saw the war: through New Zealand eyes. Auckland: Hodder Moa. MLA Citation. Palenski, Ron. How we saw the war: through New Zealand eyes / Ron Palenski Hodder Moa Auckland Australian/Harvard Citation.
Palenski, Ron.How we saw the war: through New Zealand eyes / Ron Palenski Hodder Moa Auckland. How we saw the war will retell to a new generation of New Zealanders how their mothers and grandmothers learned where their loved ones were and what they were doing during World War II.
It will republish newspaper stories from the time which reported on the activities of New Zealand soldiers in the Middle East and the Pacific, North Africa and Italy; in the air and at sea. No one had a greater effect on how the Vietnam War has been processed in our popular consciousness than Michael Herr, best known as the writer of the book Dispatches and contributor to the screenplays of Apocalypse Now and Full Metal Jacket, who died near his home in upstate New York this past Friday.
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