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6 edition of A Dogface"s War found in the catalog.

A Dogface"s War

A Paratrooper"s Story of WWII in the Philippines

by Edward W Hogan

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Published by iUniverse, Inc. .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages54
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7577891M
ISBN 100595429041
ISBN 109780595429042
OCLC/WorldCa154676296

Despite the occasional minor blemish (Herblock, not Bill Mauldin, is identified as the creator of cartoon dogfaces Willie and Joe), the scholarship is both sound and unobtrusive. Though Doherty occasionally loses sight of his largest argument in the middle of detailing Jimmy Stewart's war record, this is a model social history of war movies. Some war heroes stood tall on four legs!.Dogs of War is a graphic novel that tells the stories of the canine military heroes of World War I, World War II, and the Vietnam War. This collection of three fictional stories was inspired by historic battles and real military practice.

Dogfaces was impressive in blending the historical WWII with information allowing you to simulate that history. One of my favorite GURPS characters these days is a WWII U.S. Army captain I created using the info from Dogfaces and this author's previous GURPS book "Hand of Steel" (as well as the GURPS:WWII source book and the rest of the core. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for A Dogface's War: A Paratrooper's Story of WWII in the Philippines by Edward Hogan (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!5/5(1).

  One of the Few Surviving Heroes of D-Day Shares His Story Army medic Ray Lambert, landed with the first assault wave on Omaha Beach. Seventy-five years later, he Author: Jamie Katz. Dogfaces who smiled through tears: the 34th Red Bull Infantry Division, and attached th (Hawaiian) Battalion, and nd "Go For Broke" Regimental Combat Team in World War II: a chronicle of heartbreaks, hardships, heroics, and humor of the North African and Italian campaigns.


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A Dogface"s War by Edward W Hogan Download PDF EPUB FB2

In with World War II in full swing, 18 year-old Ed Hogan volunteered for the U.S. Army qualifying for an elite paratrooper division. A Dogface's War recollects his memorable journey from his hometown of Detroit, A Dogfaces War book through several U.S. Army A Dogfaces War book before embarking on a lengthy Pacific crossing to join the battle for the recounts the fear and exhilaration of /5(2).

A Dogface's War recounts the extreme highs and lows experienced by a young soldier fighting in war that would forever change its participants and the world. Hogan is one of thousands who fought in the greatest battle of the century and would be forever changed because of : Dogfaces is the definitive roleplaying sourcebook for U.S.

ground forces in World War II. Whether it's storming the beaches of Normandy, outdueling German tanks in the Ardennes, or retaking the Pacific island by island, the infantry, armor, and artillerymen of the U.S. Army and Marines were the backbone of the Allied war effort.5/5(1).

In with World War II in full swing, 18 year-old Ed Hogan volunteered for the U.S. Army qualifying for an elite paratrooper division. A Dogface's War recollects his memorable journey from his hometown of Detroit, Michigan through several U.S. Army bases before embarking on a lengthy Pacific crossing to join the battle for the Philippines.

I purchased this book because of Roques and Marions recommendations. It is a big thick hardcover book at a fair price of around $20, including shipping.

I just love this guys sense of humor. He throws these little bits of humor here and there. No one ever knew whether the French police no longer. In with World War II in full swing, 18 year-old Ed Hogan volunteered for the U.S. Army qualifying for an elite paratrooper division.

A Dogface's War recollects his memorable journey from his hometown of Detroit, Michigan through several U.S. Army bases before embarking on a lengthy Pacific crossing to join the battle for the Philippines.

Hogan recounts the fear and exhilaration of Brand: iUniverse. Buy a cheap copy of The GI's War: The Story of American book by Edwin P.

Hoyt. Nearly ten years in the making, The GI’s War tells the story of the European war through the eyes of the field soldiers who actually fought it—the ”dogfaces.” Free shipping over $Cited by: 2. The Dogs of War by F. is an intricate cultural novel which focuses on the different concepts that underlie politics across the world in a central African location.

This book is intricate in all the concepts it deals with, i.e. politics, resource economy and the eclectic types of tribal mercenaries present.4/5. A Dogface's War recounts the extreme highs and lows experienced by a young soldier fighting in war that would forever change its participants and the world.

Hogan is one of thousands who fought in the greatest battle of the century and would be forever changed because of it/5(3). Dogfaces who smiled through tears in World War II: a chronicle of heartbreaks, hardships, heroics, and humor of the North African and Italian campaigns Homer R.

Ankrum Graphic Pub. Co., - History. Dogfaces who smiled through tears in World War II a chronicle of heartbreaks, hardships, heroics, and humor of the North African and Italian campaigns 2nd ed. by Homer R. Ankrum. Published by Graphic Pub. in Lake Mills, :   Walt's Daughter Otherwise known as "M1" Admin; posts; Gender: Female Location: Alger, MI USA Interests: Reading, history (especially WWII), research, gardening, cooking, astronomy, decorating, music, web design, genealogy, photography, sci-fi and much, much more.

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Dogs Of War by Nathan Fox is a non-fiction book about 3 different dogs (Boots, Loki, and Sheba) in 3 different war including WW1, WW2, and the A non-fiction book is a book that contains true information on the world or may talk about different parts of history.4/5.

Dogfaces, or dognoses, are nearly human dogs that populate the Disney Ducks Comic Universe, Mickey Mouse Comic Universe, DuckTales () (and ), Goof Troop, A Goofy Movie, An Extremely Goofy Movie and some of the Classic Disney even shows up in the Quack Pack episode "All Hands on Duck". Goofy is considered to be a dogface as well.

Similar character designs have been used by. Dogfaces. MHQ Magazine. Bill, Willie, and Joe. VIDEO: Battery H Of The 3rd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery At Gettysburg. Civil War Times Editor Dana Shoaf shares the story of how Battery H of the 3rd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery found itself in the middle of the Battle of Gettysburg.

Vietnam Magazine Sarah E. Wagner’s excellent book. Humor is the best medicine, relieving tension and anxiety, especially for soldiers at war. As a GI himself, Bill Mauldin understood that. His cartoons tickled the funny-bones of the dogfaces across Europe and those back home during WWII.

While serving in the 45th Division in Italy, Bill Mauldin drew cartoons for the "45 Division News." He was so. The book provides ample information at the strategic and operational level—far more, as Balkoski notes, than 29er dogfaces could ever have known during the war—but the real focus here always remains with muddy tactical engagements and the actions of men like Hull and Humphrey.

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Dogfaces would make a great reference book for any game with Americans in the war era. The majority of it is good, solid information with an emphasis on detail that players can appreciate. What it covers is excellent; nevertheless, the argument that vital things are missing holds true.Dogfaces is the definitive roleplaying sourcebook for U.S.

ground forces in World War II. Whether it's storming the beaches of Normandy, outdueling German tanks in the Ardennes, or retaking the Pacific island by island, the infantry, armor, and artillerymen of the U.S. Army and Marines were the backbone of the Allied war effort. They're the ragged and exhausted "dogfaces" of World War II, the infantrymen who did the fighting and hated it but did it anyway, and whose spirit .