|World War III (1976) [Novel]|
by John Stanley
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(From the publisher):
This is a war with a difference, but it could ot have been fought without the knowledge of all the wars which preceded it.
There is a Sarge in all wars, and this one was no exception as the crusty, gutsy soldier urged his men on to greater glory. Pvt. E-2 Ernest Youngman slugs it out along with the best of them while the he harbors the desire to write the Great American War Novel.
But there’s more than one side in any war, and WORLD WAR III is being fought on the Chinese mainland where the forces are mustered by the legendary Lt. Commander Ju-Chao, survivor of the Long March.
Neither side, though, reckoned with the force of Squad C-323, killer chimpanzees – Kong, Son of Kong, Bonzo, Sgt. Joe Young – whose battle action would turn the tide of war and once again make the world safe for something.
Original title: World War III
Genre: Fiction→ Adventure→ Military and Naval Adventure
Fiction→ General Fiction→ Humor→ Parody