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by Anthony J. Rundell

eBook Kars: Victory into Defeat download ISBN: 0951119834
Author: Anthony J. Rundell
Publisher: Impress (January 3, 2005)
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Category: Biography

Kars: Victory into Defeat. By (author) Anthony J. Rundell.

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It was published in the United States as Defeat into Victory: Battling Japan in Burma and India, 1942–1945 by David McKay of New York in 1961.

Defeat Into Victory" is a long read at over 550 pages; the casual reader may be overwhelmed by the length and .

Defeat Into Victory" is a long read at over 550 pages; the casual reader may be overwhelmed by the length and level of detail. Those who persist to the end will be rewarded by Slim's retrospective on the fighting in Burma and the surprisingly modern conclusions he draws from the experience.

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Indian Hill 7: Defeat's Victory. A Michael Talbot Adventure. To my wife, this one has been a hell of a ride and the first of my series to end up in a book store. We did it! To my army of beta readers thank you for all the tireless work you do on these stories!

Defeat Into Victory book.

Defeat Into Victory book. The central theme of this book is how the Commonwealth soldiers, with the help of the Americans airmen, eventually re-grouped, trained and through small victories scored in patrols, turned their beliefs around and came to recognise that the Japanese were not invincible. The Japanese could be defeated by a side who trained better and planned better, a side that was determined not to be forced into retreat again.