Ring of Hate: Joe Louis Vs. Max Schmeling: The Fight of

Ring of Hate: Joe Louis Vs. Max Schmeling: The Fight of the Century The definitive book on one of the greatest sports events of the twentieth century This was so disappointing based on the interesting topic First off, the publisher should be ashamed This book is littered with typos, publishing errors, misspellings, etc It was maddening to read As for the actual writing, it was flat out bad The writer had no idea how to lay the book out The book centered on the two fighters, Louis and Schmeling, but would meander for no reason Huge parts of their lives were glossed over for no apparent reason There could have been 100 pages on just the This was so disappointing based on the interesting topic First off, the publisher should be ashamed This book is littered with typos, publishing errors, misspellings, etc It was maddening to read As for the actual writing, it was flat out bad The writer had no idea how to lay the book out The book centered on the two fighters, Louis and Schmeling, but would meander for no reason Huge parts of their lives were glossed over for no apparent reason There could have been 100 pages on just their two fights, instead this reads like a Wikipdeia entry I wanted to love this book Sadly, I don t know how anyone could Five star entertainment Author Patrick Mylar can best be described as a heavyweight champion among writers of boxing history This book is a stellar accomplishment an exploration of the many dimensions of the personalities of two great fighters who battledthan just each other in the turbulent days of the World War II era Max Schmeling is booed in America as a Nazi sympathizer when all German nationals are associated with the reign of Hitler He secretly works behind the scenes to help Five star entertainment Author Patrick Mylar can best be described as a heavyweight champion among writers of boxing history This book is a stellar accomplishment an exploration of the many dimensions of the personalities of two great fighters who battledthan just each other in the turbulent days of the World War II era Max Schmeling is booed in America as a Nazi sympathizer when all German nationals are associated with the reign of Hitler He secretly works behind the scenes to help Germany s Jewish community.Joe Louis is a black champion whom many whites resent and want to see defeated simply because of ingrained prejudice Joe is color blind, well mannered, considerate and helpful to everyone he meets.Both men possess an extraordinary sense of fairness and perform humanitarian acts of heroism that elevate them above the ordinary man and ensure that they will be remembered and revered for muchthan their boxing performances In the 1938 Olympics, a black American boxer fought the German champion This work parallels the lives of Joe Louis and Max Schmeling The battle was billed as a contest between two ideologies Well written with appendixes listing the complete records for both fighters.

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