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General Douglas MacArthur

Books on MacArthur's role in the Pacific War, Postwar Japan, and Korea
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American Caesar : Douglas MacArthur
by William Manchester
Paperback Reissue edition
Laureleaf; ISBN: 0440304245
Douglas MacArthur : Brilliant General, Controversial Leader (Historical American Biographies)
by Ann Graham Gaines
Reading level: Ages 9-12
Library Binding: 128 pages 
Publisher: Enslow Publishers (March ) 
Language: English 
ISBN-10: 0766014452 

Douglas MacArthur : Warrior as Wordsmith
by Bernard K. Duffy, Ronald H. Carpenter
Book Description: From "I Shall Return" to "Old Soldiers Never Die," General MacArthur's phraseology invariably captured an audience's attention. The MacArthur persona may be familiar to many Americans more because of his oratory than because of his military deeds. Covering both his martial and his political oratory, this book provides a balanced, full-length study of MacArthur's oratorical accomplishments and their impact. Part I is a critical analysis of MacArthur and his speeches, while Part II contains the texts of the addresses discussed. 
Hardcover ; 
Greenwood Publishing Group; ISBN: 0313291489

General Douglas MacArthur, 1880-1964
by Eugene L. Rasor (Editor)
A comprehensive survey and assessment of all the writings by and about controversial General of the Army Douglas MacArthur.
Hardcover - 217 pages (April )
Greenwood Publishing Group; ISBN: 0313288739

General Douglas A. MacArthur: Soldier
by MacArthur
Audio CD (September 1, )
SpeechWorks; ISBN: 1885959354

MacArthur's Jungle War : The 1944 New Guinea Campaign
by Stephen R. Taaffe
Listed under New Guinea Campaigns

Douglas MacArthur : The Far Eastern General
by Michael Schaller
Hardcover 1st rep edition
Replica Books; ISBN: 0735103542
Delivery sometimes delayed.

General MacArthur and President Truman : The Struggle for Control of American Foreign Policy
by Richard H. Rovere, Arthur Schlesinger
Paperback Reprint edition (June 1992)
Transaction Pub; ISBN: 1560006099
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The President and Protest : Hoover, MacArthur, and the Bonus Riot
by Donald J. Lisio
Hardcover 2nd edition
Fordham Univ Pr; ISBN: 0823215717
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MacArthur and Defeat in the Philippines
by Richard Connaughton

by Douglas MacArthur

MacArthur and the American Century : A Reader
by William M. Leary (Editor)

MacArthur's War : Korea and the Undoing of an American Hero
by Stanley Weintraub

Old Soldiers Never Die : The Life of Douglas MacArthur
by Geoffrey Perret
With the possible exception of George S. Patton, is there a 20th century military figure who fascinates us as does Douglas MacArthur? Hero of Leyte, military genius, youngest brigadier general in World War I, MacArthur had a brilliant mind and an eye for self-promotion. This latest biography, utilizing substantial new research, makes a strong case for MacArthur's leadership abilities and his fierce independence without neglecting MacArthur's shortcomings as a man and as a tactician. Perret concludes that the landing at Inchon, which turned U.S. fortunes around in the Korean War, was one of the boldest and best-executed military invasions in history.
Paperback - 688 pages 1 Ed edition
Adams Media Corporation; ISBN: 155850723X
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The Importance of Douglas MacArthur
by Mary Virginia Fox
Library Binding (April )
Lucent Books; ISBN: 1560065451
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