Winds of remembrance by Raymond Le Rendu

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Published by Produced in association with Northwoods Press in Dallastown, Pa .

Written in English

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StatementRaymond Le Rendu.
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LC ClassificationsPS3562.E13 W56 1999
The Physical Object
Pagination54 p. :
Number of Pages54
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL56110M
ISBN 100890023468
LC Control Number99070516
OCLC/WorldCa42913649

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Both novels follow the Henry family and their friends around the world during the war, with The Winds of War covering the period from the late s up through the bombing of Pearl Harbor, and War and Remembrance covering the. The Winds Of War/War and Remembrance dualogy was an ambitious book, to ambitious some times to the point where it seems a vehicle for a semi-documentary at times.

It is however well-researched and conveys the feeling of the times/5. Like The Winds of War before it, War and Remembrance is a masterpiece. This book is much harder to read than its predecessor, however.

The Winds of War tells mainly of the hope and glory of an American naval family on the cusp of a world war; War and Remembrance doles out the gritty and harsh details of living (and dying) that war/5(17).

In terms of production values, scale, scope and sweep, "Winds of War" and it's sequel "War and Remembrance" are unparalleled. WoW consists of two compelling narratives: The larger back story of WWII itself (propelled by the leaders of the era, Hitler, Roosevelt, Churchill, et al), and the smaller, personal stories of the Henry family and friends.

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This Book is dedicated to all those people whose stories are recorded within it, in the hope that they will not be forgotten. The book is divided into four sections: 1.

date order list of those fishermen who died while engaged in fishing. date order list of those who died working, recreating or travelling. With Robert Mitchum, Ali MacGraw, Jan-Michael Vincent, John Houseman. The trials of the Henry and Jastrow families in the early years of World War II.

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"Winds" and "Remembrance" are the equivalent in length of some 25 feature films done over the past 10 years. Curtis also worked with Wouk and Earl ("Witness") Wallace on the screenplay. A final. NPR stories about War and Remembrance Novelist Herman Wouk, pictured here inwrote about a variety of subjects, including World War II, the publishing world and a fictional Caribbean island.

Herman Wouk's script ran pages and contained was shot in locations, in six countries and on two continents, and took 34 months to film and 12 more to edit. There were ab costumes, and Robert Mitchum alone had changes.

When the cameras stopped, producer/director Dan Curtis had one million feet ( hours) of film, which he cut down to feet. War and Remembrance.

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