5 edition of A regiment for the sea found in the catalog.
A regiment for the sea
by Published for the Hakluyt Society at the University Press in Cambridge
Written in English
|Statement||Edited by E.G.R. Taylor.|
|Series||Hakluyt Society. Works,, 2d ser., no. 121, Works issued by the Hakluyt Society ;, 2d ser., no. 121.|
|Contributions||Taylor, E. G. R. 1879- ed.|
|LC Classifications||G161 .H2 2d ser., no. 121|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxv, 464 p.|
|Number of Pages||464|
|LC Control Number||63002437|
This is a very different book from Mowat's others, part military history and part nostalgic memoir although the author hardly appears at all in this narrative of the regiment in which he served for six years. the bulk of the book recounts Mowat's Canadian regiment's campaigns and battles in Italy over three years as it fought across Sicily and up the Italian Peninsula from the tip of the toe 4/5(7). Rally Cry Publisher's Summary Boarding a transport ship after the Battle of Gettysburg, Colonel Andrew Keane and his 35th Maine regiment are swept into an alternate world. The first human civilization they encounter on this planet resembles medieval Russia, with boyars and priests ruling over the peasants and townspeople.
Rally Cry (Lost Regiment # 1) by William R. Forstchen is the first in a series of eight novels, plus a ninth novel, Down to the Sea, which might be the beginning of a new basic premise of the series is that Union Colonel Andrew Keane and the regiment under his command were suddenly transported to another world via an alien technology -- a world where humans were not at the top of /5(). William R. Forstchen (born Octo ) is an American historian and author who began publishing in as a contributor to Boys' is a Professor of History and Faculty Fellow at Montreat College, in Montreat, North received his doctorate from Purdue University, studying under the historian Professor Gunther E. Rothenberg, with specializations in Military History, the.
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A Regiment for the Sea, and other Writings on Navigation, by William Bourne of Gravesend, a Gunner, c book A Regiment for the Sea, and other Writings on Navigation, by William Bourne of Gravesend, a Gunner, c A Regiment for the Sea, and other Writings on Navigation, by William Bourne of Gravesend, a Gunner, c book Edited By E.G.R.
Taylor Edition 1st EditionAuthor: E.G.R. Taylor. A Regiment for the Sea: And Other Writings on Navigation A Regiment for the Sea: And Other Writings on Navigation, Eva Germaine Rimington Taylor Issue of Hakluyt Society.
Works, 2d ser., no. Issue of Works issued by the Hakluyt Society: Author: William Bourne: Editor: Eva Germaine Rimington Taylor: Publisher.
The book which forms the core of this volume, the Regiment for the Sea, is not without its romantic fringes. Bourne wrote as he spoke, so that out of his instruction book for sailors emerges a picture of the man himself, serious, reliable, patriotic, and with an inborn impulse to teach.
Down to the Sea, Book 1: A Novel of the Lost Regiment (Lost Regiment (Unnumbered)) by Forstchen, William R. [01 December ] Unknown Binding out of 5 stars 44 ratings Book 9 of 9 in the Lost Regiment Series See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions/5(44).
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Down to the Sea book. Read 12 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In the aftermath of Gettysburg, the 35th Regiment of the Union Army /5. - Buy Down to the Sea, Book 1: A Novel of the Lost Regiment (Lost Regiment (Unnumbered)) book online at best prices in India on Read Down to the Sea, Book 1: A Novel of the Lost Regiment (Lost Regiment (Unnumbered)) book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified s: Titles Rally Cry () Union Forever () Terrible Swift Sword () Fateful Lightning () Battle Hymn () Never Sound Retreat () A Band of Brothers () Men of War () Down to the Sea ().
By William R. Forstchen Down to the Sea (Lost Regiment, Book 9) [Mass Market Paperback] Mass Market Paperback – Decem out of 5 stars 44 ratings. Book 9 of 9 in the Lost Regiment Series. See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price /5(44). Down To The Sea (Lost Regiment, Book 9) by William R.
Forstchen. The book was first released in which fits with the OP picking it up from the airport in The time period was set to be around 20 years after the events of Book 8 of the Lost Regiment series. In Book. The Lost Regiment book series by William R.
Forstchen includes books Rally Cry, The Union Forever, Terrible Swift Sword, and several more. See the complete Lost Regiment series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles.
He is the author of fifty books including the New York Times bestselling series One Second After, the Lost Regiment series, and the award-winning young adult novel, We Look Like Men of War.
He has also authored numerous short stories and articles about military history and military technology. A Regiment for the Sea and Other Writings on Navigation by Bourne, William [Taylor, E. (ed.)] Seller Andrew Barnes Booksellers Published Rally Cry (Lost Regiment #1), The Union Forever (Lost Regiment #2), Terrible Swift Sword (Lost Regiment, #3), Fateful Lightning (Lost Regiment #4), Batt Author: William R.
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Free shipping for many products!5/5(1). William R. Forstchen began his Lost Regiment series in with the novel Rally Cry. The series lasted 9 novels, concluding with Down to the Sea in Below is a list of William R.
Forstchen’s Lost Regiment books in order of when they were originally released. William R. Forstchen is an American author of science fiction and alternate history novels.
He writes the Lost Regiment series, co-authored the Civil War series with Newt Gingrich and has contributed towards such series as Riftwar, Star Trek, Magic: The Gathering and Wing Commander.
Besides being a novelist, Forstchen is a Professor of History and Faculty Fellow at Montreat College, in North. Down to the Sea (Lost Regiment, Book 9) by Forstchen, William R. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Genre/Form: Early works Tables Early works to Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bourne, William, Regiment for the sea.
Cambridge, Published for the Hakluyt Society at the University Press, Down to the Sea is the beginning of a new chapter in The Lost Regiment series.
I've read the entire series although I have to admit I struggled through books 7 and 8. It's not that William R. Forstchen is a bad writer, he's not. Or that Patrick Lawlor makes the books difficult to listen to, he doesn't.