3 edition of The Emma Gees (Large Print Edition) found in the catalog.
October 12, 2007
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||146|
A must-have for anyone interested in factual accounts of war, The Emma Gees promises to inform and engage readers with an authentic war-time tale of desperation and fear. Herbert W. McBride was a Captain in the Indiana National Guard whose work is often hailed as the best first-person accounts of World War I. Genre/Form: Personal narratives: Additional Physical Format: Print version: McBride, Herbert W. Emma Gees. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill Co. [©] (DLC)
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McBride's "The Emma Gees" is a solid work which is engaging and accessible and has the unmistakable gritty texture of authenticity. There is no doubt that McBride 'went there' and 'did that' and, even more remarkably, loved nearly every minute of it. The book briefly details his personal voyage to become a Canadian /5(19).
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(First published in the Infantry Journal No 8 - Winter ) Go to Part 2 of The Rise, Fall, and Rebirth of 'THE EMMA GEES' The term "EMMA GEES" was the nickname used for machine gunners during World War I. I thought it an appropriate title for this series of articles as World War I was the Canadian machine gunners' finest hour.
A must-have for anyone interested in factual accounts of war, The Emma Gees promises to inform and engage readers with an authentic war-time tale of desperation and fear. Herbert W. McBride was a. This book was in the collection of noted historian Joe Garabrant. The book itself was personally inscribed by Mr.
McBride to his good friend with whom he served, Captain Dehu, signed and dated by McBride on July 26 th McBride is well known for this work which has been reprinted numerous times as well as his famous title, ‘A Rifleman Went to War’. The Rise, Fall, & Rebirth of The ‘Emma Gees’ (Part 1) by Major K.A.
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A must-have for anyone interested in factual accounts of war, The Emma Gees promises to inform and engage readers with an authentic war-time tale of desperation and fear.
Herbert W. McBride was a Captain in the Indiana National Guard whose work is often hailed as the best first-person accounts of World War I/5(18). The Emma Gees came out pretty lucky, having but one man seriously wounded.
His name was Mangan, a Yankee, who had served in the U. Army in the Philippines. He was badly wounded by shrapnel and was sent back to England. We used to hear from him occasionally until about a year later the letters stopped.
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