The Face Of War book. Jean Lartéguy es hijo de una de esas familias de campesinos pobres cuyos apellidos se encuentran en los monumentos a los muertos pero no aparecen en los libros de historia.
The Face Of War book. Siendo niño descubrió la guerra, helado de espanto y al mismo tiempo fascinado, en una habitación cerrada con llave, llena de recuerdos y fotografías de 1914-1918: fusiles, cascos y puñales.
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To hear author Lartâ€šguy (The Centurions) tell about his life, he seems to have thought about little else, so it's hard to tell if he became interested in war because of being a writer or the other way around. A series of autobiographical anecdotes, Lartâ€šguy's book begins with his childhood fascination with World War I and the stories he constantly solicited about it from his family.
In The Face of War: Reflections on Men and Combat (1976), Lartéguy writes that contemporary . And given the history of war, not to mention the undeniable, ongoing transformation of the army toward a greater emphasis on Special Operations, the lessons of The Centurions will persist.
In The Face of War: Reflections on Men and Combat (1976), Lartéguy writes that contemporary wars are, in particular, made for the side that doesn’t care about the preservation of a good conscience. So will the need to nurture a professional warrior class that is determined to preserve its honor, even if that inhibits the mission.
a b c d Jean Lartéguy, The Face of War: Reflections on Men and Combat, 1979, Bobbs-Merrill Publishing Company, ISBN 0-672-52350-7
The book regained currency with the onset of the Global War on Terrorism and the insurgency phase of the Iraq War. Since then, it has often been quoted or analyzed in works on counter-insurgency. a b c d Jean Lartéguy, The Face of War: Reflections on Men and Combat, 1979, Bobbs-Merrill Publishing Company, ISBN 0-672-52350-7. a b Roger Trinquier, Modern Warfare: A French View of Counterinsurgency Archived 2008-01-12 at the Wayback Machine, 1961, Pall Mall Press.
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Reminiscences of the author's father about World War I and of the author's experiences in World War II, Korea, French Indochina and Algeria wars, and Cuba and Israel. The Centurions (Lartéguy novel). Library descriptions. No library descriptions found
Reminiscences of the author's father about World War I and of the author's experiences in World War II, Korea, French Indochina and Algeria wars, and Cuba and Israel. Work-to-work relationships. No library descriptions found. LibraryThing members' description.