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Michael C.C. Adams Writing Styles in The Best War Ever: America and World War II

Michael C.C. Adams
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"The Best War Ever, America and World War II" is written in the first-person narrative. The author of the book is Michael C. C. Adams who is a professor of history at Northern Kentucky University. Professor Adams also holds a chair of history and geography at the same college. Since Adams is a professor of history, his credentials in writing this book are beyond question.

Professor Adams has written other historical works on war and combat. They include "Fighting for Defeat," "The Great Adventure: Male Desire and the Coming of World War One," and, "Our Masters the Rebels" for which Adams won the Jefferson Davis Book Award. Adams had a personal interest in the ferreting out the true story of World War II. He dedicated the book to Charles Corringham Adams of the British Royal Air Force. He was Adams' uncle and was part of the RAF's Fighter...

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