Marauders

Some articles on marauders, marauder:

Charlton Ogburn - Works - The Marauders
... For most of Ogburn's life, his best-known work was The Marauders (1959), a first person account of the Burma Campaign in World War II ... It was later filmed as Merrill's Marauders (1962) ... In fact it is from the magazine article "Merrill's Marauders" (Harper's Magazine, 1957) that earned Ogburn his book contract ...
Merrill's Marauders (film)
... Merrill's Marauders is a 1962 Cinemascope war film directed and co-written by Samuel Fuller based on the exploits of the jungle warfare unit of the same ... The source is the non-fiction book The Marauders, written by Charlton Ogburn Jr ... a communications officer who served with Merrill's Marauders ...
Bradenton Marauders - 2011
... The Marauders play struggled during the first half of the 2010 FSL season ... At the start of the season's second half, the Marauders posted a 7–5 record ... After 40 homes, the Marauders drew 56,718 fans to their home games in 2011, with a game average of 1,418 fans ...
Bradenton Marauders
... The Bradenton Marauders are a minor league baseball team based in Bradenton, Florida that plays in the Florida State League ... The Marauders are the Class A-Advanced affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates ...
Monsters Of Spelljammer - Witchlight Marauder - Description
... Planet-bound marauders exists in three forms the fourth one is capable of space travel ... common forms are the primary, secondary and tertiary marauders ... Primaries, the largest land marauder, are 500+ foot slug-like creatures with multiple mouths that can virtually eat anything and produce a miasma of ...

Famous quotes containing the word marauders:

    When all this is over, you know what I’m going to do? I’m gonna get married, gonna have about six kids. I’ll line ‘em up against the wall and tell them what it was like here in Burma. If they don’t cry, I’ll beat the hell out of ‘em.
    Samuel Fuller, U.S. screenwriter, and Milton Sperling. Samuel Fuller. Barney, Merrill’s Marauders (1962)