6 edition of Douglas MacArthur and the century of war found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 147-148) and index.
|Statement||Robert A. Scott.|
|Series||Makers of America, Makers of America (Facts on File, Inc.)|
|LC Classifications||E745.M3 S36 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||154 p. :|
|Number of Pages||154|
|LC Control Number||97006874|
air war college - research report a critical analysis of the generalship of general douglas macarthur as theatre commander in the pacific during world war ii dtic s flecte oct 0 2 lieutenant colonel jeffrey e. furbank, usa -i ( 4'- -- _ ie air university releas;ll i united states air forceCited by: 1. MacArthur retired from the army and went into business. He spent his retirement years writing his memoirs. He died on April 5, at the age of Interesting Facts about Douglas MacArthur. His father, General Arthur MacArthur, rose to the rank of Lieutenant General. He fought in the Civil War and the Spanish-American War.
A Long Gray Line. Reminiscences. by Douglas Macarthur. McGraw-Hill. pp. $ Most reviewers have treated this as a Them, not an Us book. It is being bought by Them in quantity, to judge from best-seller lists, though We may wonder whether having bought it . "Douglas MacArthur was brilliant and arrogant, captivating and infuriating. He smote America's enemies and vexed America's leaders. He is a wonderful subject for biography, and in Arthur Herman he has found a wonderful biographer: thorough, balanced, insightful, engaging. This is the best life of MacArthur in a generation.".
Douglas MacArthur changed the course of World War II. Macarthur at War will go deeper into this transformative period of his life than previous biographies, drilling into the military strategy that Walter R. Borneman is so skilled at conveying, and exploring how personality and ego translate into military successes and failures/5(15). World War 1 General Douglas MacArthur. There was never much doubt about Douglas MacArthur’s () career; he was a precocious soldier. He grew up in the saddle, rifle in hand, the son of a war hero. He spent his boyhood listening to old soldiers spin their yarns.
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Written in his own hand and finished only weeks before his death, Gen. Douglas MacArthur's memoir spans more than half a century of modern history. His vantage point at center stage during major controversies of the twentieth century enabled him to present unique views of the conflicts in which he played a vital role/5(34).
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: With Douglas MacArthur: American Warrior, the prolific and talented historian Arthur Herman has delivered an expertly rendered, compulsively readable account that does full justice to MacArthur’s monumental achievements without slighting his equally monumental flaws.”—Max Boot, Commentary “Unfailingly evocative close to an epicBrand: Random House Publishing Group.
Douglas MacArthur and the century of war. [Robert Alan Scott] -- Biography of General Douglas MacArthur. Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.
Search. Search Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert Alan Scott. Find more information about: ISBN: Early life and education. A military brat, Douglas MacArthur was born 26 Januaryat Little Rock Barracks, Little Rock, Arkansas, to Arthur MacArthur Jr., a U.S.
Army captain, and his wife, Mary Pinkney Hardy MacArthur (nicknamed "Pinky"). Arthur Jr. was a son of Scottish-born jurist and politician Arthur MacArthur Sr., Arthur would later receive the Medal of Honor for his Buried: MacArthur Memorial.
Douglas MacArthur American Warrior Arthur Herman. Random House, New York,pages. Book Review published on: Ap If asked to name a twentieth-century American general, many people would focus on Dwight Eisenhower, George Patton, or.
Douglas MacArthur (Janu - April 5, ), was a famous American general who played a prominent role in the Pacific theater of World War II. He was poised to command the invasion of Japan in November but was instead instructed to accept their surrender on September 2, Allegiance: United States Army.
After the war, the army downsized and MacArthur became superintendent of West Point, where he began the process, against considerable institutional resistance, of bringing the tradition-bound military academy into the 20th century.
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. About Douglas MacArthur. 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.
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 served in the Philippines and in Japan. Douglas MacArthur () was a five-star American general who commanded the Southwest Pacific in World War II (), oversaw the successful Allied occupation of postwar Japan and led.
A dense tome, thoroughly researched and well-written, about one of the 20th century's most complex and controversial public figures. Before reading Herman's book, most of what I knew about MacArthur centered on his defeats -- namely, his loss of the Philippines to the Japanese during the early stages of World War II and his firing by President Truman during the Korean /5.
Douglas MacArthur has 38 books on Goodreads with ratings. Douglas MacArthur’s most popular book is My Life in Baseball: The True Record. General Douglas MacArthur is one of the towering figures of World War II, and indeed of the twentieth century, but his leadership of the second largest air force in the USAAF is often overlooked.
When World War II ended, the three numbered air forces (the Fifth, Thirteenth, and Seventh) under his command possessed 4, combat aircraft, I read this book twice, once back in and later in What stands out is that MacArthur was indeed a man living in the 20th Century but with the mindset of a 19th Century man.
MacArthur's matriculation at West Point was both historic in the fact that academically he was rated the highest standing of any cadet to graduate from West by: 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. Douglas MacArthur towers over twentieth-century American history.
His fame is based chiefly on his World War II service in the Philippines. Yet Korea, America's forgotten war, was far more "MacArthur's War" -- and it remains one of our most brutal and ed on: Novem A new book on postwar Japan says Gen.
Douglas MacArthur sought to fill the country's "spiritual vacuum" with religious and quasi-religious beliefs, from Christianity to Freemasonry, as an antidote to communism. In Under the Shadow of the Occupation: The Ashlar and the Cross, Japanese investigative journalist Eiichiro Tokumoto documents.
Douglas MacArthur and the century of war by Scott, Robert Alan. Publication date Biography of General Douglas MacArthur Includes bibliographical references (pages ) and index Access-restricted-item Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files.
IN :. Douglas MacArthur was arguably the last American public figure to be worshipped unreservedly as a national hero, the last military figure to conjure up the romantic stirrings once evoked by George Armstrong Custer and Robert E. Lee. But he was also one of America's most divisive figures, a man whose entire career was steeped in controversy.Hunt had the unique experience of covering for newspapers and magazines every war and revolution.
Following four months at General MacArthur’s headquarters in New Guinea inhe wrote MacArthur and the War Against Japan. The Untold Story of Douglas MacArthur was his fourteenth and final book. A fitting monument to an outstanding reporter.A New Take on General MacArthur’s Warning to JFK to Avoid a Land War in Asia President John F.
Kennedy meets with General Douglas MacArthur. .