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Alien Sky GRUB STREET
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By any measure, Andy Wiseman (born Weizman) is a lucky man. The only son of a Polish father and an American mother, Andy was born and grew up in Berlin, just as Adolf Hitler was coming to power. As a Jew educated at the famous Werner Siemens Real Gymnasium in Schoneberg, he left only months before his school was closed down and fled with his family to Poland, one step ahead of the Nazi persecution that was to follow and later take the life of his father. From Poland he again fled to England, this time without his parents, arriving as a 16-year old with little or no grasp of English. After a crash course in the language, he avoided being called up into the Polish army in exile thanks to the timely intervention of no less a man than General Sikorski himself, to enlist in the RAF to train initially as a pilot and then as an air bomber in South Africa. On his return to the UK he was posted to an all-Australian Squadron (466 Squadron) equipped with the Handley Page Halifax. After his first operation in which he was nearly shot down, Andy survived a handful of eventful trips before falling victim to one of the Luftwaffe's top night fighter pilots and landing in France. Briefly on the run he was betrayed and captured, spending the next 12 months as a prisoner of war, using his knowledge of Russian, Polish and German to act as one of the principal camp interpreters, and working as a 'scrounger' for the 'X' committee of escapers. Moved from camp to camp, he was one of those forced into the 'Long March' by the Germans attempting to escape the Russian advance, and afterwards played a key role in avoiding the potential bloodshed that threatened when the Russians refused to allow the British and Norwegian prisoners to return home - a role for which he was later recognised by the King of Norway. Upon his release, Andy used his language skills to work with the BBC monitoring service and later, BBC Television as a producer, sharing many adventures with the great broadcasters of their time, including David Dimbleby and Raymond Baxter.
Legacy of Honour ORBIT
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In a future age, Gird will be known as the patron saint of warriors. And although he inspired legend, he was once just a man with a cause. Poverty, fear and anger shaped Gird, as he struggled to survive under an oppressive aristocracy of mageborn magic-wielders. His innate hunger for justice and love for 'his' people have taken him from humble beginnings to leadership of a peasant army. Where reason has failed, it seems the only way to end tyranny is rebellion, with perhaps some help from the gods. But Gird's fondness for drink threatens his mission and his life, as his strengths are tempered with weakness. In his passion to achieve his goals, Gird has also overlooked a great danger in his own camp. He knows his follower Luap is the bastard son of a king. But in spite of Luap's oath to seek no throne and to renounce his mage heritage, he cannot forget his past. And this will shape the Fellowship of Gird in a way no one wanted or predicted.
Pacific War films (Film Guide) Books LLC, Reference Series
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Source: Wikipedia. Commentary (films not included). Pages: 78. Chapters: The Bridge on the River Kwai, The Thin Red Line, Empire of the Sun, Australia, The Pacific, Letters from Iwo Jima, Fires on the Plain, 1941, The Gallant Hours, Grave of the Fireflies, Merrill's Marauders, Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence, Never So Few, Too Late the Hero, South Pacific, Kokoda, Between Heaven and Hell, The Burmese Harp, Flying Tigers, Windtalkers, PT 109, Flying Leathernecks, The Proud and Profane, Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison, Objective, Burma!, Halls of Montezuma, The Great Raid, Ambush Bay, The Long and the Short and the Tall, Attack Force Z, American Guerrilla in the Philippines, Pride of the Marines, None But the Brave, Cry 'Havoc', Father Goose, Home of the Brave, King Rat, The Hill, Away All Boats, So Proudly We Hail!, South Sea Woman, The Girls of Pleasure Island, The Purple Heart, The Naked and the Dead, Sunset at Chaophraya, Leftenan Adnan, Beachhead, The Camp on Blood Island, To End All Wars, Three Came Home, Operation Bikini, Hell in the Pacific, Paradise Road, Junior G-Men of the Air, Beach Red, Battle Cry, Blood Oath, Shima, MacArthur, Paloh, Francis, Seven Women from Hell, Once Before I Die, When Taekwondo Strikes, Guadalcanal Diary, Hell to Eternity, China Girl, Women of Valor, Malaya, Back Door to Hell, Corregidor, Salute to the Marines, Thai Thief, No Man Is an Island, The Mountain Road, The Horizontal Lieutenant, Hong Kong 1941, Monkey on My Back, The Steel Claw, Saturday Island, First to Fight, Cry of Battle, The Extraordinary Seaman, The Deep Six. Excerpt: The Thin Red Line is a 1998 American war film which tells a fictional story of United States forces during the Battle of Guadalcanal in World War II. It portrays men in C Company, and in particular, those soldiers played by Jim Caviezel, Nick Nolte, and Ben Chaplin. The film marked director Terrence Malick's return to filmmaking after a 20-year absence. He wrote the screenplay based on the novel by James Jones. It features a large ensemble cast, including performances and cameos by notable actors, including Sean Penn, Adrien Brody, George Clooney, John Cusack, Jared Leto, and John Travolta. Reportedly, the first assembled cut took seven months to edit and ran five hours. By the final cut, all footage of the performances by Billy Bob Thornton, Martin Sheen, Gary Oldman, Bill Pullman, Lukas Haas, Jason Patric, Viggo Mortensen and Mickey Rourke had been removed. The film was scored by Hans Zimmer, with additional music from John Powell and shot by John Toll. While not successful at the North American box office, the film was popular elsewhere, grossing $98 million against its $52 million budget. Critical response was generally strong and the film was nominated for seven Academy Awards: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Film Editing, Best Original Score and Best in Sound Mixing. It won the top prize Golden Bear at the 1999 Berlin International Film Festival. Martin Scorsese ranked it as his second favorite film of the 1990s on At the Movies. Gene Siskel called it "the greatest contemporary war film I've seen." When the film opens, U.S. Army Private Witt (Jim Caviezel), is AWOL from his unit and living with Melanesian natives in the South Pacific. He is found and imprisoned on a troop carrier by his company First Sergeant, Welsh (Sean Penn). In Welsh's conversation with Witt, it is clear that the private is unenthusiastic abo...
Marching Along John. . . Golden Stars
1. The Stars & Stripes Forever (1926) 2. Semper Fidelis 3. The Washington Post 4. El Capitan 5. American Patrol 6. The Liberty Bell 7. Hands Across The Sea 8. Under The Double Eagle 9. The High School Cadets 10. The Man Behind The Gun 11. The Invincible Eagle 12. The Federal 13. The Glory Of The Yankee Navy 14. The Diplomat 15. Hail To The Spirit Of Liberty 16. Golden Jubilee 17. Imperial Edward Coronation March 18. Liberty Loan 101. Comrades Of The Legion 102. The Thunderer 103. Bullets & Bayonets 104. La Marseillaise 105. Free Lance March 106. The Pathfinder Of Panama 107. The Fairest Of The Fair 108. Manhattan Beach March 109. The Lambs' March 110. Florentiner March 111. Powhatan's Daughter 112. Jack Tar 113. The Gladiator 114. The Charlatan 115. Sabre & Spurs 116. Riders For The Flag 117. Ancient & Honorable Artillery Company 118. The Stars & Stripes Forever (1913) 201. King Cotton 202. New York Hippodrome 203. The Picador 204. The Beau Ideal 205. The Salvation Army 206. Mother Hubbard 207. The National Game 208. Keeping Step With The Union 209. The Honored Dead 210. Nobles Of The Mystic Shrine 211. The Dancing Girl 212. The Harmonica Wizard 213. In The Good Old Summertime 214. Trombone Sneeze 215. The Golden Star 216. At A Georgia Camp Meeting 217. And I, Too, Was Born In Arcadia 218. The Dwellers In The Western World
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