Table of contents for The war film / edited and with an introduction by Robert Eberwein.

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	Robert Eberwein								1
The Greatness and Significance of All Quiet on the Western Front			
	Alfred Kelly									33
The World War II Combat Film: Definition						
	Jeanine Basinger								42
Auteurism and War-teurism: Terrence Malick's War Movie				
	Dana Polan									74
Race and Nation in Glory								
	Robert Burgoyne								87
Home of the Brave										
	Michael Rogin									113
Represented in the Margins: Images of African American Soldiers in Vietnam War Combat Films					
	Brian J. Woodman								127
Masculinity on the Front: John Huston's The Red Badge of Courage (1951) Revisited
	Guerric DeBona								167
The Reagan Hero: Rambo
	Susan Jeffords									206
Do We Get to Lose This Time? Revising the Vietnam War Film
	Tania Modleski								229
Soldiers' Stories: Women and Military Masculinities in Courage Under Fire
	Yvonne Tasker								254
Rehearsing Feminism: Women/History in The Life and Times of Rosie the Riveter and Swing Shift
	Mimi White									284
Saving Private Ryan and American Triumphalism
	Albert Auster									299
The New War Movies as Moral Rearmament: Black Hawk Down and We Were Soldiers
	Thomas Doherty								311
Selected Bibliography									322
Contributors										327

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: War films History and criticism