Conversations With the Enemy (book)

  • Type: History Book
  • Length: 411 pages

Conversations With the Enemy: The Story of PFC Robert Garwood is a 1983 Pulitzer Prize finalist history book by author Winston Groom and journalist Duncan Spencer. - AsNotedIn




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Y/M/D Association Description Place Locale Food Event
1965/04/00 Private Bobby Garwood, a 19-year-old US Marine twelve days short of finishing his Vietnam tour, drives his jeep to a village about six kilometers outside Da Nang to pick up an officer. Vietnam
1979/00/00 US Marine Private Bobby Garwood returns to the United States and confronts a court martial for desertion.
1983/08/29 Winston Groom Author "Conversations With the Enemy" by Winston Groom and Duncan Spencer is published by Putnam.
1983/08/29 Duncan Spencer Author "Conversations With the Enemy" by Winston Groom and Duncan Spencer is published by Putnam.
1984/04/00 Winston Groom Author Winston Groom and Duncan Spencer are selected as a Pulitzer Prize finalist for "Conversations With the Enemy".
1984/04/00 Duncan Spencer Author Winston Groom and Duncan Spencer are selected as a Pulitzer Prize finalist for "Conversations With the Enemy".

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Particulars for Conversations With the Enemy (book):
Art Type Book a written or printed work consisting of pages glued or sewn together along one side and bound in covers.
Narrative Arts Factual concerned with what is actually true rather than interpretations of or reactions to it
Writing Type History Book History book published by a commercial publisher and intended for general readership
Confinement Attribute Prisoner of War
Award Pulitzer Prize
Event Vietnam War
Motif War

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Original Language: English


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