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Firefighters should be given to every promoted or retiring firefighter in the country to remind him or her of the great courage and character of firefighting that inspires them forward.
Author and Former Member of the Fire Department of New York
Firefighters is the first all-encompassing look at the fire service since the National Fire Protection Association published Fire in America nearly three decades ago. Firefighters treats the reader to an array of both visual and mental stimulation, and serves as a great tribute to America’s fire service.
Fire Protection Consultant
For everyone who has ever heard the siren's song of being a fireman, Firefighters from Hugh Lauter Levin, is a cavalcade of every facet, faucet, fact and artifact of firefighting; from the horse-drawn to the horse-power; the total picture of a valiant profession.
The Today Show, December 22, 2003
Firefighters is a well thought-out work on the history of firefighting in the United States, covering a time span from the horse drawn bucket brigades of the 1800s through the latest advances in burn injury treatment today. Firefighters is a must-read for anyone who is interested in the history of firefighting.
President and Chief Executive Officer, National Fire Protection Association
This book stands as a testament to the courage displayed by our firefighters every day in pursuit of a cause greater than themselves.
Firefighters is a fascinating description in text and photographs of the history of America’s firefighters. The photos are spectacular. If you are interested in the history of firefighting in America or are a firefighter buff, this is the book for you.
Former New York City Mayor
Firefighters is a magnificent pictorial and written compilation of what the Fire Service is about and what it accomplishes on behalf of the public it proudly serves.
Fire Commissioner Chief of Department, Retired, Boston Fire Department
Between the meticulous groupings of the photographs, many of them as beautiful as they are harrowing, and the dyed-in-the-wool devotion of the essays, written almost entirely by professionals in the field, a brilliant mosaic emerges. Firefighters reveals one basic idea: that the culture, the work, and the symbolism of firefighting are essential to American life.
Actor and former member of the Fire Department of New York
Firefighters is an attractive coffee table book that will be appreciated by all who see it. Whether paid or volunteer firefighter, fire buff, or just someone with a taste for great photography, there is something in it for everyone.
Chairman National Volunteer Fire Council