Item description for Wisconsin at War (Wisconsin) by James F. McIntosh...
A collection of stories reviewing every armed conflict the nation has fought in during the 20th century, focusing on the involvement of Wisconsin warriors. Featured are reflections from the Marines, Infantry, Jungle Fighters, Secret Fighters, and more. Read about the Mexican Expedition of 1916 as told by Andrew Small of Schofield, Wisconsin, the nation's oldest veteran at age 109.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.04" Width: 8.48" Height: 0.42" Weight: 0.89 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2002
Publisher Trails Books
ISBN 1931599106 ISBN13 9781931599108
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In the words of people who fought bravely for their country Jun 5, 2002
A volunteer at the Wisconsin Veterans Museum, James McIntosh is the ideal author for a project like Wisconsin At War: Through The Eyes Of Veterans. A truly memorable work that specifically covers Wisconsin's participation in all the wars throughout the twentieth century, beginning with World War I and continuing through Desert Storm, Wisconsin At War is enhanced with black-and-white photographs and a wealth of individual anecdotes filling this fascinating volume cover to cover. Told in the words of the people who fought bravely for their country, the historical perspectives on the events and experiences engaging Wisconsin men and women in the defense of their country is a seminal source reference, strongly recommended reading, and an essential, core acquisition for all academic and community library Wisconsin History collections.