Menu

Until the Last Trumpet Sounds: The Life of General of the Armies John J. Pershing

History


by
Gene Smith

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 384 pages

File size: 1.9 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Critical Praise for Gene Smith On Until the Last Trumpet Sounds

“The best recent compact study of the commander of the American Expeditionary Force of World War I.” Booklist

“A six-star effort . . . captures Pershing better than anyone has before.” The Grand Rapids Press

On The Shattered Dream

“A storyteller of history, Gene Smith is one of the very best in his field.” The Washington Post

On When the Cheering Stopped

“A brilliantly written and dramatically effective work of history . . . Smith is a prodigious researcher, an artful writer.” The New York Times

On American Gothic

“A ripping good tale . . . the story rivets you. You can t put the book down.” The New York Times Book Review

Critical Praise for Gene Smith On Until the Last Trumpet Sounds

“The best recent compact study of the commander of the American Expeditionary Force of World War I.” Booklist

“A six-star effort . . . captures Pershing better than anyone has before.” The Grand Rapids Press

On The Shattered Dream

“A storyteller of history, Gene Smith is one of the very best in his field.” The Washington Post

On When the Cheering Stopped

“A brilliantly written and dramatically effective work… (more)

Critical Praise for Gene Smith On Until the Last Trumpet Sounds

“The best recent compact study of the commander of the American Expeditionary Force of World War I.” Booklist

“A six-star effort . . . captures Pershing better than anyone has before.” The Grand Rapids Press

On The Shattered Dream

“A storyteller of history, Gene Smith is one of the very best in his field.” The Washington Post

On When the Cheering Stopped

“A brilliantly written and dramatically effective work of history . . . Smith is a prodigious researcher, an artful writer.” The New York Times

On American Gothic

“A ripping good tale . . . the story rivets you. You can t put the book down.” The New York Times Book Review

(less)