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Thorndike Press, 2005 - 757 strani
A New York Times Bestselling Author
A Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning Author1776 is the story of the Revolutionary War during the nation's tumultuous beginning, and those who, at great sacrifice, fought for what we assume to be our rightful heritage and precious ideals. This is narrative history at its best, bringing to life an extraordinary period and a vast array of extraordinary characters on both sides of the conflict. It is also powerful testimony to how much is owed to a rare few in that brave, founding era.Simultaneous Publication With Simon & Schuster's Standard Print Version.

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Uporabnikova ocena  - Bridget Lawrence - Goodreads

completely enjoyable read, gripping and exciting even though you know who will win eventually ;) I suppose I learned this in school but had forgotten most of it, except for the iconic image of Washington and his army crossing the Delaware. Celotno mnenje

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Uporabnikova ocena  - Johnny Leon - Goodreads

In his novel, "1776" David McCullough follows George Washington and his ragtag militia during the year of our nation's birth and the infancy of the Revolutionary War. Although the book focuses on ... Celotno mnenje

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David McCullough is a writer, historian, lecturer, & teacher. He has received the Pulitzer Prize for "Truman", as well as the Francis Parkman Prize, & the "Los Angeles Times" Book Award. He is also a two-time winner of the National Book Award, for history & for biography. He lives in Massachusetts.

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