4 edition of The regiment found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Ekalavyan ; translated from Malayalam by N. Kunju.|
|LC Classifications||MLCS 2001/00066 (P), PL4718.9.E46|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||220,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||220|
|LC Control Number||2001436357|
This book was a very logical and entertaining follow-up to the white regiment which was also a very good read. The chararcters were mainly preset from the preceding book, but they were expanded and made more real in this book/5(3). Farley McGill Mowat, OC ( – May 6, ) was a Canadian writer and works were translated into 52 languages, and he sold more than 17 million books. He achieved fame with the publication of his books on the Canadian north, such as People of the Deer () and Never Cry Wolf (). The latter, an account of his Spouse: Frances (Thornhill) Mowat, Claire .
The corps currently consists of the 22nd Special Air Service Regiment, the regular component under operational command of United Kingdom Special Forces, as well as the 21st (Artists) Special Air Service Regiment (Reserve) and the 23rd Special Air Service Regiment (Reserve), which are reserve units under operational command of the 1st Intelligence, Surveillance and Branch: British Army. The Lost Regiment, Book 3 By: William R. Forstchen Narrated by: Patrick Lawlor Length: 15 hrs and 11 mins Unabridged Overall out of 5 stars Performance.
This book is a detailed study of the domestic background of life in the Victorian army. It describes the lives of women who lived on the edge of the regimental community as wives, daughters, prostitutes, lovers and workers. It examines the development of policy on marriage of men in the ranks and discusses the links between the military regulation of marriage and Victorian . A regiment is a military role and size varies markedly, depending on the country and the arm of service. In Medieval Europe, the term "regiment" denoted any large body of front-line soldiers, recruited or conscripted in one geographical area, by a leader who was often also the feudal lord of the soldiers.. By the end of the 17th century, regiments in most European armies .
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The Regiment is a delightful book. The plot is somewhat simple, but the characters and ideas that fill the book make it a must for any lover of military science-fiction or just lovers of science fiction in general. If you like David Drake's books, try John Dalmas's books.4/4(15).
This one is his non-fiction book about the service of the Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment to which he belonged for about six long years.
It covers the rest of the war after the end of "And No Birds Sang," which was one of the things that The regiment book was curious about after reading the other book.4/5.
The Regiment (Voyageur Classics Book 28) and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. Learn more/5(13). The regiment Absolutely fabulous book it is a fantastic it has insight into a man's career and life mostly career highs and lows a brilliant read especially if /5.
The regiment book Dalmas set out to write what seems to be a philosophy book masquerading as military science fiction. In practice, The Regiment is the love child of Starship Troopers and Utopia.
I bought this book on the strength of its reviews, and was looking forward to a good read/5. The Regiment (The Regiment, #1), The White Regiment (The Regiment, #2), The Kalif's War, The Regiment's War (The Regiment, #4), The Three-Cornered War ( Home My BooksSeries Works: The White Regiment, The Regiment's War, Kalif's War, The Regiment: A Trilogy.
The military part of the book was good but the most interesting thing about this book and the series, which was it's ideas about work and a person's place in society. The regiment comes from a society whee profession should be like play not work.4/5. Twenty years later, this book continues the saga of the lost regiment.
Granted, the story is good, the action impeccable, but there are some inconsistencies in the idea. Twenty years after the end of the wars there suddenly appears a new threat/5(44). by John Dalmas includes books The Regiment, The White Regiment, Kalif's War, and several more.
See the complete The Regiment series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles. In The Regiment (originally published in ), Farley Mowat, famed Canadian fiction writer and regiment member, tells the story of the Hasty Ps, from their recruitment in September until the end of the war.
Mowat was a second lieutenant and platoon leader with the regiment, and writes movingly of the great suffering his fellow soldiers.
In The Regiment (originally published in ), Farley Mowat, famed Canadian fiction writer and regiment member, tells the story of the Hasty Ps, from their recruitment in September until the.
I have come upon this book after reading the "Phantom Major" by Virginia Cowles. That work describes the beginning of SAS in the period, whereas "The Regiment" provides a much wider overview of SAS history.
Being a documentary this book is quite far away from a dry narration of events and recollections of participants of these events/5(51). On 2 September the Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment was mobilized and began training for war.
For the next six years its members lived the heartbreak, the horror, and the glory of a bitter conflict on foreign soil. This is the heart-and-soul story of the Hasty P's and their part in the Second World War, told by their most eloquent spokesman. Welcome to the website of The Hastings & Prince Edward Regiment.
A Regiment that can officially trace it lineage back to and unofficially, its roots back to the War of A regiment that has seen literally thousands and thousands of Canadian men and women from every walk of life serve Canada in both peace and in war.
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FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to Brand: Bloomsbury Publishing. Michael Asher has served in the Parachute Regiment and the SAS Regiment. The author of twenty-four books and presenter of six TV documentaries, he was made a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in For his writing and travels, he has been awarded the Lawrence of Arabia Memorial Medal, the Mungo Park Medal and the Ness Award.5/5(1).
The Regiment was based on a single play broadcast in as part of the BBC Drama Playhouse series. The series followed the Cotswold Regiment from toand in particular the Gaunt and Bright families.
The first series was broadcast in and related to the regiment's time in South Africa, fighting in the Boer War, while the second series in followed the regiment Original network: BBC One. The book mainly revolves around a union regiment from the United States civil war which was swept through a portal built by an alien race all the way to another planet that is far away from earth.
Fortunately for the regiment, there are other humans there, the only unfortunate thing is that there are three other tribes or hordes of alien human. The Lost Regiment is a series of science fiction novels by American novelist William R. Forstchen.
Starting out during one of the last phases Civil War, a regiment of the Union Army is hit by a lightning strike and sent to a faraway planet – one with. Regimental histories have value beyond their obvious uses in documenting American military history.
Researchers often utilize them to unearth minute details about individuals who served in a regiment, or about social and cultural aspects of military life or war, details often not mentioned in an index. Thus the capability to perform a full text.The Command (Regiment Trilogy Book 2) - Kindle edition by Nicole, Christopher.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Command (Regiment Trilogy Book 2)/5(36). A true-life saga of human drama, violence and tragedy, The Regiment is bestselling author Farley Mowat’s first-hand account of his experiences during World War II in the Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment.
All the heroism – and the horror – of the “Hasty P’s” are relived in these pages: the gruelling months of training in Britain; the baptism by fire in Sicily, /5(15).