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The hundred days of Lt. MacHorton

by Ian MacHorton

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Published by Bantam Books in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Campaigns,
  • English Personal narratives,
  • World War, 1939-1945

  • Edition Notes

    Published in London in 1958 under title: Safer than a known way.

    StatementIan MacHorton in collaboration with Henry Maule
    SeriesA Bantam war book
    ContributionsMaule, Henry
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsD767.6 .M16 1979
    The Physical Object
    Pagination288 p. :
    Number of Pages288
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24955404M
    ISBN 100553126709
    ISBN 109780553126709
    OCLC/WorldCa5622927

      A rare mention of a Colt in use is in, The Hundred Days of Lt. MacHorton, a soldier fighting the Japanese in Burma who had to make a perilous retreat. He left his Thompson behind as it was too heavy, but kept his Colt and a Ghurka knife. I . G25 MACHORTON, Ian Safer than a known way: one man’s epic struggle against Japanese and jungle The Hundred Days of Lt MacHorton (US title) Popular Book Club PP illustrated map Fontana PP sc 33 Section G The Chindits gz6 MACKAY, Donald A Padre with the Chindits Reproduced from The Covenanter, the Regimental Journal.

      44 Hundred Days of Lt MacHorton, The Ian MacHorton 45 Hunter Killer William Blood 46 I Flew for the Fuhrer Heinz Knoke 47 I was chaplain on the Franklin Joseph Callahan 48 Ignorant Armies, The E. Halliday 49 Into the Teeth of the Tiger Donald Lopez 50 Invasion, They`re Coming Paul Carell 51 Iron Coffins Herbert Werner 52 Iwo Jima Richard Newcomb. Facts & information about title «The Hundred Days of Lt. MacHorton» by Ian MacHorton from the series «Bantam war book series» [with availability check] informations sur le titre «The Hundred Days of Lt. MacHorton» de la série «Bantam war book series» [avec vérification de la disponibilité].

    MacHorton, Ian with Henry Maule The Hundred Days of Lt. MacHorton New York: David McKay and Co, Machtan, Lothar The Hidden Hitler New York: Basic Books, Macintyre, Ben Agent Zigzag: A True Story of Nazi Espionage, Love, and Betrayal Harmony, Macintyre, Ben Double Cross: The True Story of the D-Day Spies London: Bloomsbury. At hours the boats and lifebelts and two days rations per man were delivered. At dusk the crossing began and continued on until hours the following day. All ranks and our two mules went over. Excellent work had been done by F/Lt. Wheatley and .


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Out of 5 stars The Hundred Days of Lt. MacHorton. Reviewed in the United States on Septem Verified Purchase. Awesome true account of a little known campaign in Burma. This book is another must read for anyone interested in World War II true /5(8). Ian MacHorton's "Safer Than a Known Way: One Man's Epic Struggle Against Japanese and Jungle" was originally published in under the title " Days of Lt.

MacHorton". This is one of the best inspirational books I have ever read.4/5. The hundred days of Lt. MacHorton Unknown Binding – January 1, by Ian MacHorton (Author) out of 5 stars 8 ratings.

See all 2 formats and editions Hide /5(8). Get this from a library. The hundred days of Lt. MacHorton. [Ian MacHorton; Henry Maule] -- While serving with Wingate's Chindit Force in North Burma, a young lieutenant was wounded and left behind in accordance with military orders.

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The hundred days of Lt. MacHorton by Ian MacHorton,D. McKay Co. edition, in EnglishPages: The Hundred Days of Lt. MacHorton by Ian MacHorton. Bantam, Paperback. Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition.

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Machorton” by Ian Machorton ~~Lal Bahadur~~” Luke. 12 February at pm. Ian Machorton was a young lieutenant with the British army, leading a group of soldiers from 3/2 Gurkha Rifles, fighting the Japanese in the jungles of Burma during the Second World War. He had his. Boldly conceived and brilliantly executed, The Hundred Days is Patrick O'Brian's most ambitious book yet, and surely one of his most rewarding.

He succeeds in grafting his familiar, ever compelling principal characters to an historical event of tumultuous significance: the final defeat of Napoleon. The book deals with a series of relatively minor events occurring during the "hundred days" of Napoleon's return from exile, which return ended in his loss to Wellington at Waterloo.

In the book, Aubrey and Maturin fitfully pursue a shipment of gold intended It was interesting to read this book, written by O'Brian toward the end of his Aubrey /5. Ian MacHorton, author of The Hundred Days of Lt. MacHorton, on LibraryThing. Ian MacHorton, author of The Hundred Days of Lt.

MacHorton, on LibraryThing. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers. (1) autobiography (1) Bantam (1) Bantam War Book (1) BC (2). The Hundred Days of Lt. Machorton by Ian Machorton. The two complement each other well and I would suggest if you read one than read the other along with it.

A recommend. Book Summary: The title of this book is FIGHTING MAD (War Book Series) and it was written by Michael Calvert. This particular edition is in a Mass Market Paperback format. In a war book called, "The Hundred Days of Lt. MacHorton", the author mentioned that MacHorton, a Chindit serving in Burma, had one of the OP Colts along with his Tommy gun.

I've also seen them on a desk in one photo, taken in Britain. Some, at least, were marked Colt Commando. TAN--Tan, P.-Y. Building of the Burma Road. New York Whittlesey House, a Division of New York Whittlesey House, a Division of McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc.,   One photo shows some guy at a desk with one by him.

The other is in, "The Hundred Days of Lt. MacHorton", who was, I think, with Wingate's Chindits, certainly in Burma. He mentioned carrying a Colt and I believe had a Thompson SMG and a Ghurka kukri knife. I can't locate the book now to check, but recall that Colt Military Affairs, Vol.

26, No. 4, Winter,   The book “The Hundred Days of Lt. MacHorton” gives an eyewitness account of Chinese tigers hunting in teams a great deal like deer hunters drive deer towards other hunters.

The tigers roar as they walk through a valley and chase deer etc into the fangs of hidden tigers that remain silent. The title of the novel. In an introduction written induring perestroika, the author wrote that the original title was The Hoop ("Обруч"), which was rejected by censors.

The title The Day Lasts More Than a Hundred Years, taken from the poem "Unique Days" ("единственные дни") by Boris Pasternak, used for the magazine version (Novy Mir, #11, ), was also criticized Author: Chinghiz Aitmatov.

Elmer Keith's, "Sixguns" is also a good basic handgun book, if largely limited to US products. The/ Colts saw war duty. "The Hundred Days of Lt. MacHorton" (sp?) was an acount by a British officer who had to evade Japs in Burma and return to India.

He was armed with a Thompson SMG amd a Colt Lone Star. Well it took several years longer than I was expecting, but I finally got this British Contract Colt Official Police (mfd. ) in 38/ or 38 S&W with a 5' barrel.

The finish isn't commerc. Especially one that hasn't been "converted" to 38 special. They might not be in that great of demand, but that isn't the point. I read The Hundred Days Of Lt. MacHorton when I was a kid and I never forgot the prominent mention that MacHorten's Colt OP - 38/ received.

I now own a Webley (actually one of the ones made at Enfield after WW1) Mk.