this book has an amazing start. james bradley put alot of effort in this book. he went through alot of trouble to get more information about company e. i am proud of this guy that wrote this book. amazing man.
I really appreciate James Bradly before reading this book I didn’t know much about Iwa Jima and the battle that was fought there. I think that it is interesting that all these men grew up in different parts of the U.S. and they all came together and ended up being friends.
I really like how at the start of each chapter it has the quotation it helps me understand what the chapter I am about to read is about and I think it is so cool that even though James bradleys pop was not ordered to raise the flag he hoped in and did it anyways
Yeah Jake it said “I say some guysstruggling with a pole and I just jumped in to lne them a hand. It’s as simple as that.”I also like that John Bradly is always under constant fire, but he still does his job.
my great granddad had fought in world war 2. he was in company e and witnessed the flag raising. he was sent home on leave for a few weeks to rcover from a bullet wond. but knowing that he was there makes me very proud.
im glad they made this book. so that people who read it can understand the picture better. before i read the book it was just a picture. but now that i have read this book i have a better understanding of the picture and it has a more sentemental value to me. and my greatgrandad. “Heros arent the only ones that have suffered and felt pain, but have lived threw the pain and gotten threw it.”- Afu Fonua. my greatgrandad told me this after he shared his story with me.
this is awesome book to read if you are in to war becasue it tells you the history behind the picture of them rasing the at injaum japan. if you get a chance to read this book it will tell yoou more bout world war two
At the first of my last bellreads I spelt “when’ wrong so i just wanted to tell you that so I didn’t look like a fool. So anyways this last part of the book was really cool because we got to eventually find out all of the history of the war.