5 edition of Return Via Rangoon found in the catalog.
|Statement||Pen & Sword Books Limited|
|Publishers||Pen & Sword Books Limited|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 99 p. :|
|Number of Pages||66|
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From the First Anglo-Burmese War of 1824-6 until Burma regained its independence in 1948, more than 180 musical works with Burma-related themes were written in English-speaking countries, in addition to the many hymns composed in and about Burma by Christian missionaries. This is one young officer's war story about training and inspiration in the Burmese jungle behind enemy lines.
Very Good: A book that does not look new and has been read but is in excellent condition. Servicemen posted to Burma added to the lexicon with marches and ditties, and after 1913 most movies about Burma had their own distinctive scores.
These are the firsthand memoirs of the late William Albert Tate W. For decades, scholars have been trying to answer the question: how was colonial Burma perceived in and by the Western world, and how did people in countries like the United Kingdom and United States form their views?
He was not universally liked: his romantic Zionism contrasted with the traditional British Arabist notions. His latest book is The Road to Bosworth, a study of the War of the Roses. Trevor Royle is an author and broadcaster specialising in the history of war and empire, with more than 30 books to his credit. William and his son meditate on the legacies of enduring such trials as these in an engaging account of survival against the odds.
If you've changed your mind about a book that you've ordered, please use the Ask bookseller a question link to contact us and we'll respond within 2 business days. We live in an increasingly fatherless society. Seller Inventory E21816 Synopsis: The story of the Chindits, and how Wingate was able to forge out of this heterogeneous collection Return Via Rangoon men a fighting force which became and has remained one of the legends of the Second World War.
How he managed to survive the appalling sadism of his captors in the following years is even more extraordinary. In Part 3, he shows how Christians can find true healing through experiencing the Spirit of Return Via Rangoon.
Philip Armitage was 19 when he was sent to fight in Burma as an army officer. In Part 2, he goes deeper, defining the wound as 'the orphan heart' and describing the main symptoms of this condition in peoples' lives.
Like his famous kinsman Lawrence of Arabia, Wingate was renowned for being an unorthodox soldier, inclined to reject received patterns of military thought. Alas, as with so many of the best-laid plans, things went awry and Stibbe ended up a prisoner of the Japanese, incarcerated in a gaol in Rangoon. Major General Orde Wingate 1903—1944 was the most controversial British military commander of the Second World War, and perhaps of the last hundred years. O, RAF Bomber Command framed within the factual history of his service career in the Royal Air Force between the years 1938 and 1946, penned by Return Via Rangoon son.
In doing so, it makes an original contribution to the fields of musicology and Asian Studies. This book examines the technical aspects of these issues from the viewpoint of one of the UK's most experienced aviation cardiologists. Terms of Sale: We guarantee the condition of every book as it's described on the Abebooks web sites. Safety is no accident and history is its judge.
But to do so he must face his past and hope that he can find redemption on the desolate slopes of Everest, the Sacred Mountain.
Safety is no accident and history is its judge.
He was not universally liked: his romantic Zionism contrasted with the traditional British Arabist notions.