6 edition of General MacArthur found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 159).
|Other titles||General MacArthur wisdom and visions|
|Statement||compiled by Edward T. Imparato.|
|Contributions||Imparato, Edward T., 1917-|
|LC Classifications||E745.M3 M22 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||160 p. :|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||00110587|
The Pacific Theatre of Campaign in the South West under General macArthur and the naval activities under Admiral Nimitz. An original article from the Royal Geographical Society journal, by Courtenay, William. and a great selection of related books, . FOREWORD. The Reports of General MacArthur include two volumes being published by the Department of the Army in four books reproduced exactly as they were printed by General MacArthur's Tokyo headquarters in , except for the addition of this foreword and they were Government property, the general turned over to the Department in these volumes and related .
In this fascinating biography, author and historian Richard B. Frank tells the story of General Douglas MacArthur, one of only nine American men to be promoted to the 5 star rank. Beginning with MacArthur's childhood in the closing days of the American West, he follows his career as he streaked across the American sky like a meteor/5(5). Writing to House Minority Leader Joseph William Martin Jr. of Massachusetts, General Douglas MacArthur argued for expanding the war against communism in Asia. MacArthur advocated military victory, which contradicted President Harry S. Truman’s plan to contain communism with a negotiated peace. Martin read the letter aloud on the House floor on April 5,
Like Napoleon, Douglas MacArthur () still inspires countless biographies, so it’s hard to say why we need another after excellent works by William Manchester, Geoffrey Perret, and Mark Perry—except perhaps to set the record straight. The library contains General MacArthur's original collection of 5, volumes augmented by gifts and purchases of books concerning the General, his times, and his associates. This is a non-lending reference and research library.
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A new, definitive life of an American icon, the visionary general who led American forces through three wars and foresaw his nation’s great geopolitical shift toward the Pacific Rim—from the Pulitzer Prize finalist and bestselling author of Gandhi & Churchill Douglas MacArthur was arguably the last American public figure to be worshipped unreservedly as a national hero, the last military /5().
Review of: "American Caesar Douglas MacArthur ," by William Manchester hardback Hardcover – From his birth in to his death in General Douglas MacArthur lived an incredible life as a warrior scholar.
William Manchester's tour de force biography of MacArthur sums up the General in these words:Cited by: General MacArthur book General John Macarthur. General Macarthur comes across as a bit of a doddering fool. He’s always General MacArthur book off by himself and mumbling about cryptic things. But the truth is that Macarthur is a very tired and lonely old man, and that he’s been plagued by what he did for too long.
Douglas MacArthur has 38 books on Goodreads with ratings. Douglas MacArthur’s most popular book is My Life in Baseball: The True Record. MacArthur in Japan: The Occupation: Military Phase: Volume II, Part I.
Japanese Operations in the Southwest Pacific Area: Volume II, Part II. Japanese Operations in the Southwest Pacific Area: Return to CMH Online. Last updated 11 December Douglas MacArthur, –, American general, b. Little Rock, Ark.; son of Arthur MacArthur. Early Career MacArthur was reared on army posts and attended military school in Texas.
At West Point he achieved an outstanding scholastic record, and after graduation () he. Biography of General Douglas MacArthur the visionary general who lead American forces through WWI & II and the Koprean Wars and who foresaw the political shift of importance for America from Europe to the Asian Pacific area.
At pages this is very detailed and comprehensive filled book/5. Douglas MacArthur, (born JanuLittle Rock, Arkansas, U.S.—died April 5,Washington, D.C.), U.S. general who commanded the Southwest Pacific Theatre in World War II, administered postwar Japan during the Allied occupation that followed, and led United Nations forces during the first nine months of the Korean War.
Early life. MacArthur was the third son of Arthur. A new book about President Harry Truman’s dismissal of General Douglas MacArthur reveals how their clash altered American history for decades to come. “This looks like the last straw,” a. Book Description: From "I Shall Return" to "Old Soldiers Never Die," General MacArthur's phraseology invariably captured an audience's attention.
The MacArthur persona may be familiar to many Americans more because of his oratory than because of his military deeds. General John Gordon Macarthur was one of ten guests invited to Soldier Island. He was the third to die, in the manner laid out in the poem.
Macarthur was a retired World War I war general, who sent his late wife's lover (Arthur Richmond) to his death by assigning him to a mission where it was practically guaranteed he would not survive.
A new, definitive life of an American icon, the visionary general who led American forces through three wars and foresaw his nation’s great geopolitical shift toward the Pacific Rim—from the Pulitzer Prize finalist and bestselling author of Gandhi & Churchill Douglas MacArthur was arguably the last American public figure to be worshipped unreservedly as a national hero, the last military Brand: Random House Publishing Group.
Douglas MacArthur was an American general best known for his command of Allied forces in the Pacific Theater during World War : Special Limited Edition. Autographed by Jean MacArthur with a facsimile signature by Douglas MacArthur. (The General passed away before he could sign this special limited edition of copies.
The MacArthur Memorial Foundation Edition) Issued without dust jacket but with a slipcase with the book title and author on front and rear. Arthur Herman’s Douglas MacArthur: American Warrior is the best and most comprehensive of those books, and takes its place alongside William Manchester’s American Caesar and Geoffrey Perret’s Old Soldiers Never Die as excellent one-volume biographies of the General.
A classic resource, The MacArthur Study Bible is perfect for serious study. John MacArthur has collected his pastoral and scholarly work of more than 35 years to. A microfilm copy of General Arthur MacArthur's letter book for is located in the microfilm collection. Also on microfilm (Reel ) RG Papers of Malcolm MacArthur, ; 1 box .5 feet) Malcolm was General MacArthur's cousin, son of Arthur's brother Frank.
His new book, “MacArthur at War” is a warts and all biography of General Douglas MacArthur. “Douglas MacArthur always lived in his father’s shadow. It grew long before he was born ” are the first two sentences in chapter 1 of Borneman’s engrossing biography.
The two-year search for General Douglas MacArthur's speeches and reports was truly a labor of love. My Administrative Assistant, Ellen Schaefer, and I culled over 1, sources including memories, biographies, histories, military magazines such as the Army and Air Force Journals, unit histories, commercial magazines and newspapers.
Magazines included such publications as National 5/5(1). Victory, though, was never quite enough for MacArthur.
He was so much more — and so much less — than a general. “He yearned for public adoration,” wrote biographer William : Blaine Harden. Reports of General MacArthur are the official after-action reports of General of the Army Douglas MacArthur.
They contain not only MacArthur's own perspective of his operations against the Japanese in the Southwest Pacific Area during World War II but also the enemy's unique account of Imperial Army campaigns against MacArthur's forces. Douglas MacArthur is remembered as a terrible general because of his actions during the Korean War.
“A larger-than-life, controversial figure, MacArthur was talented, outspoken and, in the eyes of many, egotistical.”(Douglas MacArthur - Facts & Su.Arthur MacArthur IV (born Febru ) is the only child of General of the Army Douglas MacArthur and Jean MacArthur.
He is also the grandson of Lieutenant General Arthur MacArthur, Jr. Arthur MacArthur IV's early life was chronicled extensively in the press. His early childhood was spent around the penthouse built for his father atop the Born: Febru (age 81), Manila.