10 edition of The Bonus Army found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Paul Dickson and Thomas B. Allen.|
|Contributions||Allen, Thomas B.|
|LC Classifications||F199 .D55 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||370 p. :|
|Number of Pages||370|
|LC Control Number||2004055483|
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Soldier Against Soldier: The Story of the Bonus Army Febru • InWorld War I veterans gathered in Washington, D.C., to demand payment of a bonus. The violence that ensued helped Author: Paul Dickson. The book was a first hand account of the Bonus March on Washington and very interesting to The Bonus Army book about it from the organizer of the march.
It was disheartening to hear about the deplorable way the WWI veterans were treated by President Herbert Hoover and his administration/5(8).
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Bolling |. The government attempted to suppress the news, but writer Ernest Hemingway was aboard one of the first rescue boats, and he wrote an angry piece about it. Resistance to the bonus withered. Finally, inCongress voted the veterans their bonus. (Id.) As can be imagined, there was a multitude of songs about the Bonus Army situation.
Bonus Army. Written By: Bonus Army, gathering of 12, to 15, World War I veterans who, with their wives and children, converged on Washington, D.C., indemanding immediate bonus payment for wartime services to alleviate the economic hardship of the Great Depression.
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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. *Includes pictures *Includes accounts The Bonus Army book the Bonus Army /5. Through seminal research, including interviews with the last surviving witnesses, Paul Dickson and Thomas B.
Allen tell the full story of the Bonus Army, The Bonus Army book the voices of ordinary men 4/5(3). This historical novel spans the first third of the 20th Century in America culminating with the national Bonus Army protest in Washington, D.C.
The Great War touched the lives of all Americans, but those who participated overseas under the umbrella of the American Expeditionary Forces (AEF) witnessed much sacrifice and The Bonus Army book.
The Bonus Army: An American Epic. The Bonus Army book the summer ofat the height of the Depression, some forty-five thousand veterans of World War I descended on Washington, D.C., from all over the country 4/5(2).
Ironically, the Bonus Army’s leadership was far more inclined to the right than the left, so that even as MacArthur was blustering about the Reds, a group of financiers approached a retired Marine Corps general to lead an army of veterans to stage a : Paul Dickson.
The Bonus Army An American Epic (Book): The Bonus Army book, Paul: In the summer ofat the height of the Depression, some forty-five thousand veterans of World War I descended on Washington, D.C., from all over the country to demand the bonus promised them eight years earlier for their wartime service.
They lived in shantytowns, white and black together, and for. The saga of the Bonus Army was born out of the inequality of the Selective Service Act (), the failure of the government to provide any meaningful benefits to the veterans of the First World War, and the fear and anxiety produced by the Great Depression.
The Bonus Army: An American Epic Paul Dickson, Thomas B. Allen In the summer ofat the height of the Depression, some forty-five thousand World War I veterans--whites and blacks together--descended on Washington D.C., from all over the country to demand the bonus promised them eight years earlier for their wartime service.
With the "bonus bill" defeated in the Senate, the U.S. Army, led by Army Chief of Staff Gen, Douglas MacArthur, deployed tanks in the capital to rout the protestors. This highly praised account of the event is based on extensive research that includes interviews with the last surviving witnesses.
But no veterans story has been as dramatic or eventful as that of the Bonus Army. During the summer ofin the depths of the Depression, s veterans of World War I descended on Washington, D.C. to demand of Congress immediate payment of a cash bonus promised them eight years earlier for their wartime service.
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In The Bonus Army: An American Epic, Paul Dickson and Thomas B. Allen have unearthed the sad but fascinating story of the Bonus marchers, a ragtag, determined group of veterans who changed the face of the United States.5/5(5).
The first book-length treatment of the Bonus Army was Roger Daniels’ The Bonus March: An Episode of the Great Depression, published in It contains complete coverage stretching from the origin of the bonus in the ’s to the final legislation passed inand as such was the first study to examine the roots of the movement.
The Bonus Army: An American Epic Paul Dickson, Author, Thomas B. Allen, Author Walker & Company $27 (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. The unrest culminated in one of the most controversial protests of the 20th century, that organized by the Bonus Army in Washington, DC in the spring and summer of The Bonus Army consisted mostly of World War I veterans who were seeking to redeem bonus certificates from the World War Adjusted Compensation Act ofwhich had stipulated.
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The tale of the “Bonus Army” is the story of one of the dark chapters of our American government. For much of mankind’s history, civilizations have raised armies to fight their wars only to discard the warriors when the war was over.
America in the early 20th Century was not much different. Allen is the co-author, with Paul Dickson, of The Bonus Army: An American Epic, the story of the ill-fated World War I veterans who marched on Washington in and were driven out by Army troops under command of Gen.
Douglas MacArthur. The book will be published by Walker and Company in February It is a selection of the History Book Club.
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You may also qualify for a Quick Ship bonus of up to $4, Bonus Army. WWI Veterans who were seeking early payment of a pension bonus for their service. when did they start arriving. May when were they paid.
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[Glen Craney] -- During the Great Depression, the United States teeters on the brink of revolution. And as the summer of approaches, a charismatic hobo leads twenty thousand homeless World War I veterans into. The Bonus Army printed pages In the summer ofat the height of the Depression, some forty-five thousand veterans of World War I descended on Washington, D.C., from all over the country to demand the bonus promised them eight years earlier for their wartime service.
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Neither man ever accepted the Bonus Army as primarily a group of destitute, desperate, hungry men trying to support their families. The day’s toll was three dead, 54 injured and arrests.
In the rush to point fingers, in addition to the Communist element, Congressman Patman and colleagues received their share of the : Historynet Staff. This book is intended to show that the eviction of the so-called "Bonus Soldiers" from Washington was political, and that eviction became a political necessity for the Administration in power when once it had decided on a policy of "No Bonus" and "No Federal Aid for Anyone.".
Army faced problems with raw manpower needs and with the basic requirement of getting enough soldiers to join the critical combat arms of Infantry, Field Artillery, and Armor. Fewer than half the men enter-ing the Army in were considered volunteers, and only 4 percent of them joined the combat arms.
Yet the Army, still involved in combatFile Size: 2MB. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed. Description: pages illustrations, portraits 23 cm: Responsibility. The purpose of the "Bonus Army" march into Washington, DC in was to persuade Congress to spprove the early payment of bonuses due to World War I veterans The final outcome of the "Bonus Army" march was that Congress gave the marchers.
The Bonus Expeditionary Forces camp on Anacostia Flats, Washington, DC. Library of Congress (LC-DIG-hec) In the years after World War I, a long battle over providing a bonus payment to WWI veterans raged between Congress and the White House.
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