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The Lieutenants: Brotherhood of War (original 1982; edition 1986)

by W.E.B. Griffin (Author)

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They were the young ones, the bright ones, the ones with the dreams. From the Nazi-prowled wastes of North Africa to the bloody corridors of Europe, they honorably answered the call. War meant duty, job, and life to them. They marched off as boys and they came back as soldiers and professionals forged in the heat of battle.… (more)
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Title:The Lieutenants: Brotherhood of War
Authors:W.E.B. Griffin (Author)
Info:G.P. Putnam's Sons (1986), Edition: Reissue, 416 pages
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Fourth time reading this first book in the Brotherhood of War series. It's like meeting up with an old friend you haven't seen for a while. The characters are well known to you. The story may be familiar but still absorbing. W.E.B Griffin is a master storyteller. Highly recommend to anyone who is not familiar with his work to check him out. I'm starting the next book, The Captains. ( )
  DocWalt10 | May 5, 2018 |
Really good story about war and the people who fight in it. Any fan of war stories or World War II will really like this tale. ( )
  biggs1399 | Jan 19, 2016 |
A book that kept my interest--page after page. I listened to it almost entirely. It begins in WWII and goes on through the end of the 40s. The characters appear, at first, not to be Lieutenants...but, then it becomes apparent that the lieutenants are the purpose of the story. Exciting listen! ( )
  buffalogr | Sep 21, 2013 |
Loved this series. I engaged in the character's lives, read the books quickly and was left wanting more. ( )
1 vote Siusaidh | Jun 1, 2008 |
Great book ( )
  rzornow | Sep 20, 2006 |
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They were the young ones, the bright ones, the ones with the dreams. From the Nazi-prowled wastes of North Africa to the bloody corridors of Europe, they honorably answered the call. War meant duty, job, and life to them. They marched off as boys and they came back as soldiers and professionals forged in the heat of battle.

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