- Author:E.M. Nathanson
- Publisher:W. H. Allen; 1st Edition edition (1972)
- Pages:264 pages
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The Latecomers (1970).
1928-02-17)February 17, 1928. The Bronx, New York City, New York, . The Latecomers (1970). It Gave Everybody Something To Do (with Louise Thoresen) (1973). A Dirty Distant War (1987)- The Sequel to The Dirty Dozen.
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Anyone interested in the root causes of the Vietnam War will likely be fascinated by this book, as Nathanson seems very concerned with historical accuracy. For my taste, however, the book would have been better if the author had exercised more dramatic license. It would seem that he let his (laudable) concern with getting the facts right lessen the impact of his story. But then again, maybe I just like a little more fiction with my historical fiction.
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Nathanson - the complete book list. Title Title Genre Genre Date (oldest) Date (newest).
M. Nathanson, whose best-selling 1965 novel The Dirty Dozen became the basis of one of the most enduring, if preposterous, World War II movies to come out of Hollywood, died on Tuesday at his home in Laguna Niguel, Calif. Erwin Nathanson was born in the Bronx on Feb. 17, 1928. His other books include A Dirty Distant War (1987), a sequel of sorts to The Dirty Dozen set in Asia, in which the same Office of Strategic Services officer who organized the criminal company finds himself in French Indochina fighting with local guerrillas against the Japanese; The Latecomers (1970), about a psychologically deluded actor with a Christ obsession; It. Nathanson (born 1928) is the author of the 1965 novel The Dirty Dozen, which was adapted into the film of the same name. The Dirty Dozen (1965) ISBN 978-0970466204. Knight's Cross (with Aaron Bank) (1993). Lovers and Schemers (2003).