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by By An Old Soldier,Edward E. Hathaway

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  • ISBN 0929408152
  • ISBN13 978-0929408156
  • Language English
  • Author By An Old Soldier,Edward E. Hathaway
  • Publisher Amer Eagle Pubns Inc; First Ed edition (October 1, 1995)
  • Pages 134
  • Formats txt docx mbr mobi
  • Category History
  • Subcategory Americas
  • Size ePub 1778 kb
  • Size Fb2 1961 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 943

This book looks at the Modoc Indian war of 1872-3 in the Tule Lake / Lava Beds area of northern California from the army's point of view. It discusses the history of this war, what started it, and the wisdom of how it was conducted.

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Items related to The War Nobody Won: The Modoc War from the Army's. By An Old Soldier The War Nobody Won: The Modoc War from the Army's Point of View. ISBN 13: 9780929408156. This book looks at the Modoc Indian war of 1872-3 in the Tule Lake, Lava Beds area of northern California from the army's point of view. It discusses the history of this war, what started it, and the wisdom of how it was conducted. After the war he became a writer and instructor in the Intelligence School, and an intelligence analyst in the Soviet field. He fell in love with the Modoc War during several visits to Lava Beds National Monument and served as interpreter at the park.

This book looks at the Modoc Indian war of 1872-3 in the Tule Lake, Lava Beds area of northern California from the army's point of view.

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The Modoc War, or the Modoc Campaign (also known as the Lava Beds War), was an armed conflict between the Native American Modoc people and the United States Army in northeastern California and southeastern Oregon from 1872 to 1873. Eadweard Muybridge photographed the early part of the US Army's campaign. Kintpuash, also known as Captain Jack, led 52 warriors in a band of more than 150 Modoc people who left the Klamath Reservation.

1943: American soldiers viewing some of London's raid damage during a. .In the years preceding World War II, Stalinist purges led to the death and starvation of millions.

1943: American soldiers viewing some of London's raid damage during a tour. 1943: A crashed German Messerschmitt is towed past the Houses of Parliament in London. 1945: Soldiers from the Women's Royal Army Corps in their service vehicle, driving through Trafalgar Square during the VE Day celebrations in London. 1939: A squadron of Spitfires took part in mimic 'air alarms', during a speed demonstration at Duxford Aerodrome.

Commanders quarreled or simply did not cooperate; underestimated, then overestimated the enemy; hesitated when they should have acted, acted when they should have hesitated. Enlisted men proved too easily panicked, repulsed, and demoralized. In the end, Modoc defectors provided the key to military victory. Few among them felt they were their brother’s keeper; the Good Samaritan spirit scarcely existed.

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Tiv
I especially recommend this book to others who have served. Gives an interesting perspective from a soldiers point of view. To those who have not served. This will give you a perspective of how orders and actions proceed and what can happen if they go wrong.
Geny
I read this book many years ago and it still sticks in my mind about the travesty of what the US government did to the Indians/natives. I'll make this review better after I re-read the book (which I left in San Diego...I now live in Reno). Having been to the Lava Beds/Captain Jack's Stronghold a few times, and having aged a few years...I need to revisit all this stuff. Please read the book, it's not very well written, but the author admits he's not a writer. All the information is there, bare bones.