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The American Future. A History - Simon Schama
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Arco, New York, 1979. 136 pp, small 4to (10 3/16" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0668045973 "Entering action in early 1943 in the South Pacific, the Corsair was the first Allied plane to meet the Japanese on even terms. It far exceeded even its designers' fondest hopes, while compiling a combat win-loss ration of better than 11 to 1....Here are the stories of some of the men who flew the Corsair to fame: Pappy Boyington....Knobby Walsh, Ike Kepford, Bob Hanson and others. Some come back from comb a t , s o m e do not; all were heroes and all were aces, a group of the finest fighter pilots the United States has ever had....(the author) describes the strategy, the action, the Marine and Navy fighter aces, and their immortal Vought F4U Corsai r. Th e b oo k in c ludes an extensive collection of 86 photographs of the plane and its pilots, as well as detailed maps of the South Pacific action areas, indicating airfield locations and objectives of both sides. Eight scale drawings provide spe c ifi cs of th e Cor sa ir and the markings of some of the top aces. There is also an appendix containing the histories of Marine and Navy Corsair squadrons, medals, decorations and awards, a production chronology of the Corsair and its speci fica ti ons, an d a comp le te a cco unt of the plane's combat record." Book slightly cocked. Dust jacket has minor browning, three 1" tears - two with old tape residue - all now archivally taped, light edge wrinkling, light crease down rear pane l. V ery Good +/Go od., Arco, New York, 1979., New York: Crown Publishers, 2005. 340pp. Book clean. Spine firm, red title there-on. Boards very lightly bumped on lower foredge corner of front panel. Leaves clean. Red remainder pen spot to lower textblock edge. Illustrated, loose-plastic protected dustjacket negligibly edge-creased, short soft crease to spine. From the jacket flap: " . . . Ruth Rendell masterfully interweaves the multiple narratives that connect the angry young man who longs for recognition, the young model he dreams about, and his elderly spinster landlady who has found a reason to hope that romance may still find a way into her life. 'Thirteen Steps Down' winds its way to a conclusion that defies the reader's expectations in every way. This is psychological suspense at its very best." Book weight approx. 600g. . First American Edition. Hardcover and Dustjacket. Very Good +/Very Good +. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Crown Publishers, 2005, London England: The Bodley Head. Near Fine/Near Fine. 2008. First Edition. Cloth. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 9781847920003 Hardback Hardback. First Edition. Price clipped to D/J. With the election in November 2008 of a new president, the United States has embarked on an intense slef-examination about the trajctory of its history; how it came to find itself in multiple crises and how an America that began as 'the last, best hope of earth' came to be so suspected and vilified around much of the world. This book, written by an author who has spent half his life there, takes the long view of how the United States has come to this anguished moment of truth about its own identity as a nation and its place in the world. It discusses the most compelling issues facing Americans now - and traces the deep history of the present crisis. Cumulatively the chapters build into a history of American exceptionalism - the 'American difference' that means so much to its people but which has let it into calamities as well as triumohs. One of those differences historically has been the capacity to renew and rebuild the nation at times when it seemed overwhelmed bu disaster. 1932 and 1976 were such moments; 2008 is another, when the fate of America, and by extension the world, is hanging in the balance. This book argues that if you want to know what is truly at stake, you need to absorb these stories and understand the history - for understanding is the condition of hope. Illustrated. 392 pp. (We carry a wide selection of titles in The Arts, Theology, History, Politics, Social and Physical Sciences. academic and scholarly books and Modern First Editions etc.) ., The Bodley Head, 2008

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American Future
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Schama, Simon

Titel:

American Future

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9781847920003

Published on the eve of the American Presidential election, and coinciding with a four part BBC2 TV series, Schama takes a long view of how the country has come to what he describes as an anguished moment of truth about it's identify and place in the world. 'A master storyteller' "Times".

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781847920003
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1847920004
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2008
Herausgeber: Bodley Head Adults
Gewicht: 0,815 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9781847920003

ISBN - alternative Schreibweisen:
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