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Comrades: Brothers, Fathers, Heroes, Sons, Pals

Stephen Ambrose

Recorded Books #96509 ISBN 0-7887-4978-1

Stephen E. Ambrose, one of the most acclaimed and popular history writers of the 20th century, composes a moving book that examines the bonds formed between men as a result of both family and circumstance. A New York Times best-seller, Comrades looks at the lasting friendships of various men, from Sioux Indians to Ambroseís own father and brothers. Reaching back through history, Ambrose describes the special relationship between Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, whose faith and trust in one another helped them survive their famous expedition. He pays homage to brothers, including such famous pairs as Dwight and Milton Eisenhower, and George and Tom Custer. Ambrose also devotes a chapter to Richard Nixon, using the late president as an example of why certain men have trouble forming close bonds with other men. Comrades will fascinate both history lovers and those interested in the different ways men learn to love and trust in shared friendships. Through Nelson Rungerís narration, the power of brotherhood will capture the heart of every listener.

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