Author Davis, along with Arthur Morey and Mark Bramhall, do a credible job in reading this look at the all-too-human side of Americans at war. Looking at the U.S. soldier in battle at Yorktown (1781), Petersburg (1864-65), Balangiga (1901), Berlin (1945), Hue (1968), and Fallujah (2003), Davis seems almost surprised that the American soldier is human. In the "hidden" history, he mentions that American troops have committed "atrocities" in wartime, just like any other army throughout history. Morey, Bramhall, and Boehmer are more polished than author Davis as they alternate reading the accounts of the battles. Davis delivers the introduction and afterword. M.T.F. © AudioFile 2015, Portland, Maine [Published: JULY 2015]
Trade Ed. Random House Audio 2015
CD ISBN 9780385363525 $45.00 Ten CDs
DD ISBN 9780385363532 $25.00
Library Ed. Books on Tape 2015
CD ISBN 9780385363549 $45.00 Ten CDs
DD ISBN 9780385363556 $95.00
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