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Goodbye, Darkness: A Memoir of the Pacific War [With Headphones] Manchester, William                      1 of 1
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FORMAT: Audio Cassette Unabridged
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Format:  Audio Cassette Unabridged
ISBN-10: 1602529035
ISBN-13: 9781602529038
Sku: 207536362
Publish Date: 2/11/2013
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8H x 4.75L x 1.25T
Pages:  9
Age Range:  NA
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In this intensely powerful memoir, America''s preeminent biographer-historian, who has written so brilliantly about World War II in his acclaimed lives of General Douglas MacArthur (American Caesar) and Winston Churchill (The Last Lion), looks back at his own early life. This memoir offers an unrivaled firsthand account of World War II in the Pacific: of what it looked like, sounded like, smelled like, and most of all, what it felt like to one who underwent all but the ultimate of its experiences. "It belongs with the best war memoirs ever written." -Los Angeles Times "Manchester speaks of the awesome heroism and hideous suffering of the Marines he lived with and fought with." -Baltimore Sun
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In this intensely powerful memoir, America's preeminent biographer-historian, who has written so brilliantly about World War II in his acclaimed lives of General Douglas MacArthur (American Caesar) and Winston Churchill (The Last Lion), looks back at his own early life. This memoir offers an unrivaled firsthand account of World War II in the Pacific: of what it looked like, sounded like, smelled like, and most of all, what it felt like to one who underwent all but the ultimate of its experiences. It belongs with the best war memoirs ever written. -Los Angeles Times Manchester speaks of the awesome heroism and hideous suffering of the Marines he lived with and fought with. -Baltimore Sun
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