"Elvis: Like Any Other Soldier" is a fascinating, accurate text and pictorial history. It is the definitive chronicle of Elvis' army experience. Features over 1,500 fascinating photos, about 1,300 of which picture Elvis. Many, many previously unpublished! This book probably contains more never-before-seen Elvis photos from 1957-'60 than any previous publication. In addition to the 400 black-and-white pages, we have 104 full pages in gorgeous color. Our research department has tracked down many soldiers from Fort Hood as well as Elvis' Scout Platoon, in Germany, and most of these men have shared stories and never-before-seen photos. We have also worked closely with key individuals in Germany who were personally involved with Elvis when he was there. Includes 40 pages of text, transcripts, interviews, letters, telegrams, and other authentic pieces of correspondence from Elvis. There is even an army-related music and memorabilia section. This deluxe edition is 504 pages on glossy coated stock and with a beautiful hard cover with matching dust jacket. With each order, we'll include a special bonus - something no home should be without. REVIEW by Alex Ward Host of "Pink & Black Days," Sirius/XM Satellite Radio "Elvis: Like Any Other Soldier" is the definitive book that covers it all, from basic training at Fort Hood, to his Platoon in Germany. The photos, many never before seen, personal letters, documents, and a chronological history make this the definitive look at his army experience. Years of extensive research and documentation give us a "you are there" look through the eyes of his army buddies who were there with him. Personal interviews with nearly 40 of the surviving soldiers and countless others provide a rare chance to see Elvis up close, and away from the spotlight. Their personal pictures and stories are fascinating, and tell of a man who was there to serve his country and be like everyone else. "Elvis: Like Any Other Soldier" is a winner!
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Descrizione libro Osborne Enterprises Publishing, 2010. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110932117546