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Marine Sharpshooter II: Jungle Warfare Full Crack [key Serial Number]

this fascinating view of american culture during world war ii is as entertaining as it is educational. searing entertainment and a picture of the interior workings of u.s. wartime propaganda are joined by a rich social history and a great many fascinating anecdotal tidbits. the text makes it clear that we are dealing with reality. that is the best part of this richly detailed, literate, moving, and entertaining work: it is vital.
expanded essay by william d. emerson (pdf, 753kb)

abbott’s rich characterizations combine romantic understanding with high skills and intelligence, while his cinematic timing creates an evocative mood that lends dramatic weight to abbott’s affectionate and absorbing story. abbott’s romantic understanding is at its best with his characterization of harrison, the young navy man who begins the action as a heartless liar who steals from the navy to run a seedy gambling house. but by the time harrison hears abbott’s telephone call to end their relationship, abbott has developed a certain empathy for harrison and the two men’s relationship is stronger than ever. abbott works quickly and efficiently to bring the situation to a full stop so that he and harrison can return to their home life and look forward to a long future together. the story reflects abbott’s temperament and ability to bring out the romantic and heroic in his characters.

this columbia serial is not properly considered a mystery series, because the mystery element in it is an afterthought, and its lack of any real logical solution does not square with the designation of a mystery serial. rather, this serial uses the then-novel form of a detective story in which the detective works in a setting alien to him (that of the criminal), and in which he solves the mystery by manipulating and exploiting the criminal’s knowledge of himself and his world. in this way, he discovers clues he otherwise wouldnt have seen. the columbia serial plays this game to perfection, fleshing out the rich characterizations of the larrinias the black hand, and providing a strong and ingenious script. we know the larrinias has a vast skill base, from burglary to blackmail, and his actions reveal a great deal about his personality.
expanded essay by robert clampett (pdf, 476kb)

this 14-part path serial starring pearl white as elaine built on white’s phenomenal popularity in the perils of pauline. considered the superior of the two series, the exploits of elaine boasts increasingly sophisticated camera work and production values. when elaine’s father (william riley hatch) is murdered by a notorious outlaw (sheldon lewis), she sets out after him with the help of detective craig kennedy (arnold daly), whose adventures had been successfully serialized in magazines by mystery writer arthur b. reeve. along the way, elaine is framed in a blackmail scheme and is almost sacrificed by devil worshippers, but kennedy and his high-tech gadgetry rescue her time and again. expanded essay by margaret hennefeld (pdf, 686kb)
in the jungles of asia and the pacific islands, snipers posed a serious threat to the u.s, british, canadian and australian troops. japanese snipers were specially trained to use the environment to conceal themselves. japanese snipers used foliage on their uniforms and dug well-concealed hide-outs that were often connected with small trenches. there was no need for long range accuracy because most combat in the jungle took place within a few hundred meters. japanese snipers were known for their patience and ability to remain hidden for long periods. they almost never left their carefully camouflaged hiding spots. this meant that whenever a sniper was in the area, the location of the sniper could be determined after the sniper had fired a few shots. the allies used their own snipers in the pacific, notably the u.s. marines, who used m1903 springfield rifles.



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