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With the Cossacks. Being the Story of an Irishman Who Rode with the Cossacks Throughout the Russo-Japanese War #2020

With the Cossacks. Being the Story of an Irishman Who Rode with the Cossacks Throughout the Russo-Japanese War By Francis Mccullagh With the Cossacks Being the Story of an Irishman Who Rode with the Cossacks Throughout the Russo Japanese War None
  • Title: With the Cossacks. Being the Story of an Irishman Who Rode with the Cossacks Throughout the Russo-Japanese War
  • Author: Francis Mccullagh
  • ISBN: 9781845741365
  • Page: 348
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Despite its annoying anti Semitism, With the Cossacks is one of the finest pieces of war journalism ever written Though an obscure war today, The Russo Japanese War was full of ominous meaning and import to Francis McCullagh a thoroughly Anglified Irishman , who correctly assesses that the conflict marked a turning point in relations and perceptions between East and West What sets McCullagh apart from the enormous batch of today s war journalists, is that he can really turn a phrase in the highe [...]


    2. Probably 4.5 or 5, there were a few points where I felt lost in the chaos of his descriptions and his old time y use of various colloquial place names and people names doesn t led itself to drifting over to to flesh out what he s talking about Of course, this just adds a bit to the chaos of it all, which is kinda the point I suppose.I don t think I ve ever read anything that felt like a real life All Quiet on the Western Front as this author being right in the middle of the retreat from Mukden [...]


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