Douglas MacArthur : What Greater Honor
Douglas MacArthur: What Greater Honor details the life of General Douglas MacArthur, whose life was spent in the service of defending his country. Despite a physical handicap, he graduated at the top of his class from West Point Military Academy and went on to build an exemplary military career. He heroically fought in two world wars. He directed the Asian campaign during World War II, resulting in the ultimate defeat of the Japanese. Bravery, honor and ability were the hallmarks of his fascinating, adventure-filled life. This book is part of the Heroes of History series of biographies that are told in an engaging narrative format.
- Paperback | 208 pages
- 134.6 x 200.7 x 17.8mm | 181.44g
- 31 Jan 2005
- Emerald Books,U.S.
- Lynnwood, WA, United States
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"One of our greatest needs today is Christians who are not captives of their own generation. One of the keys to such freedom is history, the best way into history is biography, and a superb way into rich, fascinating biographies are the Christian Heroes: Then & Now and Heroes of History series. I recommend them both whole-heartedly."