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Get this from a library! The road past Mandalay, a personal narrative.. [John Masters] -- A personal story of the Second World War in Burms. India, and Mandalay. The Road Past Mandalay. By Adam Goodheart. Jan. 27, ; See the article in its original context from Janu , Section 7, Page 15 Buy Reprints. On his book's first page, Rabinowitz Author: Adam Goodheart.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The road past Mandalay by John Masters, , Bantam edition, Unknown Binding in English - Specially illustrated ed editionPages: Buy The road past Mandalay: a personal narrative. by John Masters online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at $ Shop now.5/5(1).
Charley Noble - The setting of the poem is actually Moulmein Harbour, not Mandalay itself which is several hundred miles up the Irrawaddy River (referred to by the British as the "Road to Mandalay") to the north. It is a puzzle, though, how "the dawn comes up like thunder outer China 'crost the Bay" given that China cannot be viewed at all from Moulmein in Burma. The Road Past Mandalay A Personal Narrative (Book): Masters, John.
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The Road Past Mandalay: A Personal Narrative (Masters Autobiography Trilogy #2) Written by a bestselling novelist at the height of his powers, it is an exceptionally moving story that culminates in him having to personally shoot a number of wounded Brit.
The Road Past Mandalay turned out to be quite an interesting read. Masters writes about his personal experience as an English officer serving with Anglo/Indian units during WWII.
The book begins with Masters as an adjutant in the Middle East, followed by staff college in India, and then with the Chindits (guerillas) air dropped behind Japanese /5(22).
By chance I came across Masters's The Road Past Mandalay (), the second volume of his autobiography and primarily about the war in Burma. I have just finished reading it and find it an honest, well written and informative book based on first /5(37).
Buy The Road Past Mandalay (CASSELL MILITARY PAPERBACKS) New Ed by Masters, John (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low /5(64). Bithia Mary (or May) Croker (née Sheppard, c. ) was an Irish novelist, most of whose work concerns life and society in British India.
Her novel The Road to Mandalay, set in Burma, was the uncredited basis for a American silent film, of which only excerpts survive.
She was also a notable writer of ghost stories/5. The Road Past Mandalay [John Masters] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Road Past Mandalay/5(68). Condition: Very Good. Masters, John. The Road Past Mandalay. New York: Harper, 1st edition.
Illustrated. 8vo. Sage green cloth. Book condition: Very good with small stain in foot of backstrip and subtly rubbed edges. Dust Jacket Condition: Very good with tiny tears and subtle chips in edges, and slightly rubbed corners.
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Buy Road Past Mandalay by John Masters online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 3 editions - starting at $ Shop now. Get this from a library. The road past Mandalay. [John Masters] -- This is the second part of John Masters' autobiography: how he fought with his Gurkha regiment during World War II until his promotion to command one of the Chindit columns behind enemy lines in.
The Road Past Mandalay (A Bantam War Book) Bantam Books | | ISBN: | English | pages | PDF | MB. Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Boxid IA Camera Canon 5D City New York Donor alibris Edition Specially illustrated : Rudyard Kipling, born in India, wrote this famous Road To Mandalay poem soon after annexation of the whole Myanmar.
He also wrote several well-known poems and fictions, and was awarded a Nobel prize for literature in His peom 'Mandalay' was adapted for. The Road Past Mandalay by MASTERS, JOHN and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at the road past mandalay.
Harper, N.Y. first U.S. edition, pages, map. Continues the author's experiences with the Gurkha Rifles during the second World War where he fought in Iraq, Syria, Iran and Burma. The book opens surprisingly, a long, long ways from Burma, Imphal, Blackpool or Rees's 19th Division.
They're in the Middle East under the command of William Slim of the 10th Indian Division. If any of you have read Slim's Unofficial History you'll quickly recognize two of the incidents from Slim's book repeated in Master's Road Past Mandalay/5(54).
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The Road Past Mandalay available for download and read online in other formats.The second part of the bestselling novelist's autobiography about his time in the Gurkhas during the second world war This is the second part of John Masters' autobiography: how he fought with his Gurkha regiment during World War II until his promotion to command one of the Chindit columns behind enemy lines in Burma.
Written by a bestselling novelist at the height of his /5(4).