World War II. The words immediately conjure up images of a man crazy about forming a super race, concentration camps, mass murders, and the entire world at war.
For those who have only heard and read of the toll that the last great war took on humanity, it is quite terrible, but those who have undergone it, from whichever angle, have survived the ordeal with scars - emotional and otherwise. Lieutenant Ronald Gordon does so with whatever means are at his disposal. Of War and Women charts the transition of a 22-year-old carefree American young man into one who has seen the ugliest side of mankind and survived with an intact sense of fairness and balance. A true and real picture of war - the good and the ugly.
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Book Description Athena Pr Pub Co, 2001. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1930493134