Andrew Huebner

Andrew Huebner is an American author known for his works that often delve into themes of war and the human experience within it. He has written books such as 'The Warrior Image: Soldiers in American Culture from the Second World War to the Vietnam Era' which examines the representation of soldiers in American culture, and 'Love and Death in the Great War', which explores the impact of World War I on American society and culture. His writing is characterized by a deep understanding of military history and its intersection with broader social and cultural movements.


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  1. 1. We Pierce

    The novel is a poignant exploration of the American experience, focusing on two brothers from a small town who find themselves on divergent paths at the dawn of the 21st century. One brother enlists in the military, driven by a sense of duty and the desire for adventure, and is sent to the Middle East, where he confronts the harsh realities of war. Meanwhile, the other brother remains at home, dealing with his own struggles and the impact of his brother's absence on their family. Their journeys reflect the personal and national conflicts of a country grappling with its identity and the consequences of its actions abroad.

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