Artboard 33 Artboard 16 Artboard 18 Artboard 15 Artboard 21 Artboard 1 Artboard 2 Artboard 5 Artboard 45 Artboard 45 Artboard 22 Artboard 9 Artboard 23 Artboard 17? Artboard 28 Artboard 43 Artboard 49 Artboard 47 Artboard 38 Artboard 32 Artboard 8 Artboard 22 Artboard 5 Artboard 25 Artboard 1 Artboard 42 Artboard 11 Artboard 41 Artboard 13 Artboard 23 Artboard 10 Artboard 4 Artboard 9 Artboard 20 Artboard 6 Artboard 11 Artboard 7 Artboard 3 Artboard 3 Artboard 12 Artboard 25 Artboard 34 Artboard 39 Artboard 24 Artboard 13 Artboard 19 Artboard 7 Artboard 24 Artboard 31 Artboard 4 Artboard 14 Artboard 27 Artboard 30 Artboard 36 Artboard 44 Artboard 12 Artboard 17 Artboard 17 Artboard 6 Artboard 27 Artboard 19 Artboard 30 Artboard 29 Artboard 29 Artboard 26 Artboard 18 Artboard 2 Artboard 20 Artboard 35 Artboard 15 Artboard 14 Artboard 48 Artboard 50 Artboard 26 Artboard 16 Artboard 40 Artboard 21 Artboard 29 Artboard 10 Artboard 37 Artboard 3 Artboard 3 Artboard 46 Artboard 8

Chronicles of Ojii-Chan (Cód: 9450538)

Jon Shirota

TotalRecall Publications, Inc. (Livros Digitais)

Ooops! Este produto não está mais a venda.
Mas não se preocupe, temos uma versão atualizada para você.

Ooopss! Este produto está fora de linha, mas temos outras opções para você.
Veja nossas sugestões abaixo!

R$ 14,98

em até 1x de R$ 14,98 sem juros

Total: R$0,00

Em até 1x sem juros de R$ 0,00


R$ 49,90

Cartão Saraiva:

Total: R$0,00

Em até 1x sem juros de R$ 0,00

Chronicles of Ojii-Chan



War heroes are generally thought of men who had fought the enemy in the battlefields.  There are those who fought the enemy, not with rifles, but with pencils and paper.  This is a story of one of those unusual, unsung heroes.

Ernie Pyle was a war correspondent during the Second War.  He wrote about the war from the battlefields which he shared with his fellow Americans in North Africa, Italy, France and Germany.  He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize and was recognized by the President and Generals; most importantly, by the average American soldier and sailor for his willingness to share their harrowing experiences.

CHRONICLES OF OJII-CHAN, is written about an American from the perspective of an Japanese enemy who learned that an enemy is not someone one hates personally, but someone who had been pictured as the treacherous, unforgiving enemy.

Grandpa Ojii-chan has written about his combat experiences with the Americans on the island of Ie Jima, off the coast of Motobu, Okinawa.  He lost one of his legs in the battle, and is surprised when one of his conquerors rescues him.  He learns that America's most famous and beloved war correspondent, Ernie Pyle, was killed on Ie Jima and that it could have been he, Ojii-chan, who had shot him.

Guilt-ridden, Ojii-chan asks his granddaughter, Reiko, to translate his chronicles revealing Ernie Pyle's death and to it send to an American newspaper.

There is today, a beautiful Ernie Pyle Memorial Park in Ie Jima.  


Peso 0.00 Kg
Produto sob encomenda Sim
Marca TotalRecall Publications, Inc. (Livros Digitais)
Número de Páginas 252 (aproximado)
Acabamento e-book
Territorialidade Internacional
Cód. Barras 9781590954621
Ano da Publicação 116
AutorJon Shirota