[Reading] ➱ Bill Mauldin in Korea ➹ Bill Mauldin – Anguillais.us

Bill Mauldin in Korea Bill Mauldin Is Back This Time In Korea Where He Occupies What Is For Him The Exceedingly Privileged Position Of Correspondent.What Mauldin Found In Korea Is Good The Fighting Men Perched On The Slopes And Peaks Of The Korean Mountains Form, He Thinks, The Finest Army The United States Has Ever Had A Crack, Professional Corps, High In Morale And Savvy, It S Graduates Constantly Growing In Number Through A Rotation Plan That Works And The Picture He Paints Of The Marines And The Navy Both Services Strange And Alarming To Him At First Is Enough To Gladden Every American Heart.In The Words Of The Immortal Willie And Joe And With His Wonderfully Entertaining And Powerful Pictures, Mauldin Has Created A Close Up Of The United States Doughfeet, Marines, And Sailors Now Fighting In Korea And An Optimistic Report On A War Frequently Described As A Frustrating Mess.Here, Too, Is A Scattering Of Brass The Brass Has Always Scattered Before Mauldin , The Partly Hilarious, Partly Tragic Scene At Panmunjom, And A Rapid Tour Through The Great Rest And Relaxation Center That Is Tokyo It Turns Out Mauldin Was Never Meant For Geisha Houses.Bill Mauldin S New Book Is A Unique Close Up Of The Korean War As Seen By The Most Penetratingly Observant Private Soldier Of Them All.

    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➱ Bill Mauldin in Korea ➹ Bill Mauldin – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    First hand reporting from January April 1952 of the war in Korea, unfiltered by subsequent events and unedited by meddling historians Originally printed in Collier s magazine before being collected, Maudlin skillfully uses the conceit of correspondence between his two WWII cartoon GIs to frame the reporting, giving insight into the mind of enlisted men, insight that is all thenuanced because it is offered by a former enlisted man Most noteworthy is the concluding chapter discussing the First hand reporting from January April 1952 of the war in Korea, unfiltered by subsequent events and unedited by meddling historians Originally printed in Collier s magazine before being co...


  2. says:

    Pretty humorous Definitely insightful

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