A Dose of Frontier Soldiering: The Memoirs of Corporal E.

A Dose of Frontier Soldiering: The Memoirs of Corporal E.

A Dose of Frontier Soldiering: The Memoirs of Corporal E. A. Bode, Frontier Regular Infantry, 1877-1882 [Epub] ❧ A Dose of Frontier Soldiering: The Memoirs of Corporal E. A. Bode, Frontier Regular Infantry, 1877-1882 By E.A. Bode – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Emil Adolph Bode, a German immigrant down on his luck, enlisted in the US Army in and served for five years More literate than most of his fellow soldiers, Bode described western flora and fauna, com of Frontier ePUB ↠ Emil Adolph Bode, a German immigrant down on his luck, enlisted in the US Army inand served for five years More literate than most of his fellow soldiers, Bode described western flora and fauna, commenting on the American Indians he encountered as well as the slaughter of the buffalo, the hard and lonely life of the cowboy, and towns and settlements he passed through His observations, seasoned with A Dose PDF/EPUB or wry wit and sympathy, offer a truer picture of the frontier military experience than all the dashing cavalry charges and thundering artillery in Western literature.


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10 thoughts on “A Dose of Frontier Soldiering: The Memoirs of Corporal E. A. Bode, Frontier Regular Infantry, 1877-1882

  1. John D. John D. says:

    Not really a review, but just a note about my interest My wife is from Oklahoma as are her ancestors from before the Sooners We have traveled to and are familiar with Ft Sill, other locations in Oklahoma and Texas, as well as New Mexico I have read a number of books about the Indians in Oklahoma and Texas, including some about Quanah Parker, whom Bode mentions as living in Cache, OK I have also read Bad Hand about General Ranald Mackenzie who was the commanding officer at Ft Sill dur Not really a review, but just a note about my interest My wife is from Oklahoma as are her ancestors from before the Sooners We have traveled to and are familiar with Ft Sill, other locations in Oklahoma and Texas, as well as New Mexico I have read a number of books about the Indians in Oklahoma and Texas, including some about Quanah Parker, whom Bode mentions as living in Cache, OK I have also read Bad Hand about General Ranald Mackenzie who was the commanding officer at Ft Sill during part of Bode s time there, and who later served at Ft McKavett So, as Bode traveled through Oklahoma, Kansas, New Mexico and Texas, I could readily visualize the locations for his exploits and adventures


  2. Ó Ruairc Ó Ruairc says:

    Entertaining, interesting reading The contents of this book are the memoirs of Corporal E Bode, a soldier who served during the latter years of the Western Frontier His writing is simple, earnest, as well as humorous Reading about his experiences, it seems Corporal Bode actually enjoyed some of his time in the frontier regular infantry a most unusual attitude for the time period.


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