6 edition of Swordbearers found in the catalog.
This ed. originally published: New York: Morrow, 1964.
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The Swordbearers by Howard A This is an fascinating series of "cameos" on some of the key leaders of World War One. Mr. Barnett examines the personalities of these men, and the elements of their backgrounds that led them to sometimes make controversial or 4/5(1). Correlli Barnett in The Swordbearers has taken four commanders and explored four of the major events of the First World War. Barnett attempts to show how the commanders’ human character affected the war; Moltke during the Marne, Jellicoe during the Battle of Jutland, Pétain and the French mutinies, and Ludendorff during the offensive.
The Swordbearers: Supreme Command in the First World War: Barnett, Correlli: Books - 5/5(2). They don't want to read a book on a computer and they don't want to. print AOR themselves from the PDF file. They prefer to underline, highlight, tab, dog-ear, and write not e s as. they study – perhaps on the 3 blank pages at the end of the book. T hey've completed the Quiklinked Age of Reason PDF Bible S tudy. and want to read through AOR Missing: swordbearers.
The Swordbearers: Supreme Command in the First World War, by Correlli Barnett (read 30 Jan ) I liked this book very much, but, regretfully, I did no post-reading note on my reading of it so now over 40 years later I cannot be more specific as to why I was so impressed by it/5(1). Edward M. Coffman’s main focus in The War to End All Wars was to showcase the American military experience during World War I. America was not prepared for the Great War. Over half the book deliberated the path of preparation. The administrative and logistical issues this type of affair entailed was almost incalculable, and unsurprisingly thought to be impossible.
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1)/5(3). Correlli Barnett is the author of highly-praised history books, such as 'The Desert Generals', 'The Swordbearers' and 'Britain and her Army'. He was historical consultant and part author of the BBC series 'The Great War' and won the Screen Writers' Guild Award for best British television documentary script/5.
This is a fascinating book, giving vivid portrayals of four important figures of WW1. That of Moltke is especially Swordbearers book, bringing out his hopeless inadequacy for the job in hand - a job which he had himself played an important role in bringing about.
After reading it I felt particularly sorry Reviews: 3. Reviewed in the United States on Ma This is a fascinating book, giving vivid portrayals of four important figures of WW1. That of Moltke is especially good, bringing out his hopeless inadequacy for the job in hand - a job which he 5/5(3).
The Swordbearers Hardcover – January 1, by Correlli Barnett (Author)Author: Correlli Barnett. I love Christian Fiction and The Sword Bearer is a great book beginning a marvelous journey. I'm currently reading the second of six in the series and so far it's better than the first book.
It certainly has the feel of Narnia in it, and yet it could stand on it's own also. The characters are great, the story is engrossing, and the John White /5(29). The Swordbearer by Glen Cook is a short fantasy read about a boy plagued by a bout of polio wishing that he could someday become a legendary hero.
So much in fact that he wishes a war would break out in his homeland!/5. The AOR has been chosen by a Bible Institute as a textbook for both preachers and pewsters, and it has been selected for Bible Study Groups and Christian Book Clubs and Discussion Groups.
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Sword Bearer is the story of a young prince who finds out he's much more than he previously thought. Sitting alone, locked in his room to study, Anders in thrust into the middle of a battle between forces he'd never even known existed.
I liked some characters more than others, but felt they all had their own voice/5. The Paperback of the Swordbearers: Supreme Command in the First World War by Correlli Barnett at Barnes & Noble.
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Khyri never wanted to rule as queen or carry within her the renown /5. The theme of this book is the decisive effect of individual human character on history. The background, in sharpest contrast, is a sudden and violent transition to mass collectivised life - to 5/5(1).
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The background, in sharpest contrast, is a sudden and violent transition to mass collectivised life - to twentieth century industrial civilization. The principal actors are four national commanders-in-chief: two German, one Frenchman, one Englishman.
Theirs was the novel task of directing these new and terrifying forces of mass powering battle.4/5(1). Correlli Barnett is a world-renowned historian with particular prowess in military, naval, economic and social subjects.
Faber Finds are reissuing his four volume The Pride and Fall sequence: The Collapse of British Power, The Audit of War, The Lost Victory, The Verdict of Peace, as well as The Swordbearers, Britain and her Army, (winner of the Royal Pages: "The Swordbearer" was the first book I ever read written by Glen Cook and I enjoyed it so much I afterwards read all his works I could get my hands on (though not so easy to do in Japan until recently)/5(5).
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By. GET WEEKLY BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS: Email Address Subscribe. Tweet. KIRKUS REVIEW. Contrary to Tolstoy's thesis that battles shape themselves despite the efforts of leaders, Barnett takes as his theme that individual human character has a decisive effect upon events.Reprint of the ed.
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