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Missing in Action

Missing in Action Pdf/ePub eBook Author: ,
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1416999043
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Dirty. Lazy. Good-for-nothing. Jay Thacker is used to being called names because his dad is half Navajo. But things are different after he and his mother move to a small town in Utah to stay with his grandparents during WWII. Jay makes friends and earns money working the fields for his well-respected grandfather—but he encounters a problem in Ken, a fellow worker who’s from the nearby Japanese internment camp. Ken’s a Jap. And Jay’s dad, who’s been fighting for the navy out in the Pacific, is missing in action. This moving story about an unlikely friendship deftly addresses themes of prejudice and intolerance, providing readers a glimpse of the past that enlightens the present.

Missing in Action

Missing in Action Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Marianne van Velzen
Editor: Allen & Unwin
ISBN: 1760636266
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By the end of World War I, 45,000 Australians had died on the Western Front. Some bodies had been hastily buried mid-battle in massed graves; others were mutilated beyond recognition. Often men were simply listed as 'Missing in Action' because nobody knew for sure. Lieutenant Robert Burns was one of the missing, and now that the guns had fallen silent his father wanted to know what had become of his son. He wasn't the only one looking for answers. A loud clamour arose from Australia for information and the need for the dead to be buried respectfully. Many of the Australians charged with the grizzly task of finding and reburying the dead were deeply flawed. Each had his own reasons for preferring to remain in France instead of returning home. In the end there was a great scandal, with allegations of 'body hoaxing' and gross misappropriation of money and army possessions leading to two highly secretive inquiries. Untold until now, Missing in Action is the compelling and unexpected story of those dark days and darker deeds and a father's desperate search for his son's remains.

Missing in Action

Missing in Action Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mark Davidson
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1499001312
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Mark Davidson grew up in South Africa. After completing 2 years of military service as an infantry soldier, he studied and completed a BA Ed degree in Human Movement Sciences at the University of the Free State. His teaching career began in1994 and he has taught in schools in South Africa, Malawi, Taiwan and Australia. While working in the airline industry, he completed a Master of Philosophy degree in Applied Theology at the University of Pretoria. Mark married the love of his life, Bev, in 2000 and they have been blessed with 2 beautiful sons, John and James. He is the pastor of Bridge of Life Christian Fellowship in Tasmania, Australia.

Star Trek: New Frontier: Missing in Action

Star Trek: New Frontier: Missing in Action Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Peter David
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 141651645X
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In this New Frontier novel, the crew of the U.S.S. Excalibur find themselves thrust into another universe—and must find a way home by any means. Following the dramatic events of After the Fall, Captain Mackenzie Calhoun and the crew of the U.S.S. Excalibur find themselves catapulted headlong into another universe, far from the New Thallonian Protectorate and Sector 221-G...a place where an ancient war rages between two powerful alien races. But Calhoun has no intention of staying here for very long and, adopting the time-honored philosophy of "the enemy of my enemy is my friend," takes it upon himself to somehow (and by any means necessary) persuade one side or the other to help him and his crew get back home. Meanwhile, the shadow of war has fallen over the New Thallonian Protectorate, and an embattled Si Cwan faces growing treachery as he attempts to maintain his tenuous hold on power. With Starfleet and the Federation declaring Sector 221-G temporarily off-limits, Admiral Elizabeth Shelby and Captain Kat Mueller decide to take matters into their own hands, ignoring orders by trying to find some way of getting to the Excalibur, presuming there is any Excalibur to get to. But they never count on the most unexpected of allies—an old friend whose shifting loyalties are about to be put to the ultimate test even as a growing cataclysm looms....

The League of Wives

The League of Wives Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Heath Hardage Lee
Editor: St. Martin\'s Press
ISBN: 1250161126
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"With astonishing verve, The League of Wives persisted to speak truth to power to bring their POW/MIA husbands home from Vietnam. And with astonishing verve, Heath Hardage Lee has chronicled their little-known story — a profile of courage that spotlights 1960s-era military wives who forge secret codes with bravery, chutzpah and style. Honestly, I couldn’t put it down." — Beth Macy, author of Dopesick and Factory Man "Exhilarating and inspiring." — Elaine Showalter, Washington Post The true story of the fierce band of women who battled Washington—and Hanoi—to bring their husbands home from the jungles of Vietnam. On February 12, 1973, one hundred and sixteen men who, just six years earlier, had been high flying Navy and Air Force pilots, shuffled, limped, or were carried off a huge military transport plane at Clark Air Base in the Philippines. These American servicemen had endured years of brutal torture, kept shackled and starving in solitary confinement, in rat-infested, mosquito-laden prisons, the worst of which was The Hanoi Hilton. Months later, the first Vietnam POWs to return home would learn that their rescuers were their wives, a group of women that included Jane Denton, Sybil Stockdale, Louise Mulligan, Andrea Rander, Phyllis Galanti, and Helene Knapp. These women, who formed The National League of Families, would never have called themselves “feminists,” but they had become the POW and MIAs most fervent advocates, going to extraordinary lengths to facilitate their husbands’ freedom—and to account for missing military men—by relentlessly lobbying government leaders, conducting a savvy media campaign, conducting covert meetings with antiwar activists, and most astonishingly, helping to code secret letters to their imprisoned husbands. In a page-turning work of narrative non-fiction, Heath Hardage Lee tells the story of these remarkable women for the first time. The League of Wives is certain to be on everyone’s must-read list.

Missing from Action

Missing from Action Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Robert C. Harris
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781469101088
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Unlike his friends, Bobby Harris would not evade the Vietnam draft in 1969. The United States of America had served him well and so he thought it his duty to serve his country. Perhaps he could entertain the troops. And try though he may, the likes of sergeants and commanders were not easily amused. Harris acted on his convictions, exhausting every channel of Army bureaucracy. His antics finally earned his Undesirable Discharge after nine months of gut-wrenching human comedy. Poignant and funny, this true-life account never fails to entertain.

What Remains

What Remains Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Sarah E. Wagner
Editor: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674243617
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Nearly 1,600 Americans who took part in the Vietnam War are still missing and presumed dead. Sarah Wagner tells the stories of those who mourn and continue to search for them. Today’s forensic science can identify remains from mere traces, raising expectations for repatriation and forcing a new reckoning with the toll of America’s most fraught war.

Missing In Action

Missing In Action Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Paul Rifenberg
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1441599274
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The Vietnam War didn’t end for everyone in 1973, particularly not the six hundred or so Americans left behind to rot in Asian POW camps, abandoned by the US government. It didn’t end for Trevor McIntyre either, driven by the knowledge that men were left behind and inspired by one who came home, Captain Mac Danner. Together with a former Medal of Honor winner, a former Congressman, and a Defense Department official disgusted with his country’s betrayal, five middle-aged citizens combine their various skills to conspire to bring home a living POW from Laos. Danger mounts when one in their group is murdered, and the prints on the murder shell belong to a man who officially died in action in 1969—further evidence that a secret “returnee program” during the Reagan administration had succeeded.

Keetsahnak / Our Missing and Murdered Indigenous Sisters

Keetsahnak / Our Missing and Murdered Indigenous Sisters Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Kim Anderson,Maria Campbell,Christi Belcourt
Editor: University of Alberta
ISBN: 1772123900
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Keetsahnak / Our Missing and Murdered Indigenous Sisters by Kim Anderson,Maria Campbell,Christi Belcourt Summary

In Keetsahnak / Our Murdered and Missing Indigenous Sisters, the tension between personal, political, and public action is brought home starkly as the contributors look at the roots of violence and how it diminishes life for all. Together, they create a model for anti-violence work from an Indigenous perspective. They acknowledge the destruction wrought by colonial violence, and also look at controversial topics such as lateral violence, challenges in working with “tradition,” and problematic notions involved in “helping.” Through stories of resilience, resistance, and activism, the editors give voice to powerful personal testimony and allow for the creation of knowledge. It’s in all of our best interests to take on gender violence as a core resurgence project, a core decolonization project, a core of Indigenous nation building, and as the backbone of any Indigenous mobilization. —Leanne Betasamosake Simpson Contributors: Kim Anderson, Stella August, Tracy Bear, Christi Belcourt, Robyn Bourgeois, Rita Bouvier, Maria Campbell, Maya Ode’amik Chacaby, Downtown Eastside Power of Women Group, Susan Gingell, Michelle Good, Laura Harjo, Sarah Hunt, Robert Alexander Innes, Beverly Jacobs, Tanya Kappo, Tara Kappo, Lyla Kinoshameg, Helen Knott, Sandra Lamouche, Jo-Anne Lawless, Debra Leo, Kelsey T. Leonard, Ann-Marie Livingston, Brenda Macdougall, Sylvia Maracle, Jenell Navarro, Darlene R. Okemaysim-Sicotte, Pahan Pte San Win, Ramona Reece, Kimberly Robertson, Leanne Betasamosake Simpson, Beatrice Starr, Madeleine Kétéskwew Dion Stout, Waaseyaa’sin Christine Sy, Alex Wilson

Missing in Action

Missing in Action Pdf/ePub eBook Author: John D. Harvie
Editor: McGill-Queen\'s Press - MQUP
ISBN: 0773565655
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Shot down by Germans over occupied France, Harvie was the only member of his Bomber Command crew to survive the crash. After hiding for several days at a French farmhouse, he started back to England with the help of the French Resistance, but was betrayed to the Gestapo by a traitor. He spent a month in solitary confinement in Paris and then was transported by boxcar to Buchenwald. He describes the appalling conditions, the indignities, and the extreme hardship he and his fellow prisoners endured there. Later he was transferred to Stalag Luft III POW camp where, with food from the Red Cross and the comradeship of fellow prisoners, his body and spirit were restored. As the Russian army advanced into Germany, Harvie and the other POWs undertook the long march from eastern Germany to a camp near Bremen and then to Lübeck, near the Danish border, where he remained until the Allied forces broke through and he was liberated by the British army. Both painful and uplifting, Missing in Action is an invaluable record of the unforgettable horrors and heroes of World War II.

Missing In Action

Missing In Action Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Anne Smollon
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595856772
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"I think I'm MIA," mothers will declare as they battle the negative self-talk, symptoms, and conflicting feelings that are often associated with losing their sense of self. In the insightful and thought-provoking self-help guide Missing In Action: How Mothers Lose, Grieve, and Retrieve Their Sense of Self, author Anne M. Smollon offers a unique perspective on change, loss, and grief in the lives of women consumed by motherhood. By casting a new spin on an old acronym, Smollon introduces Maternal Intrapersonal Anxiety (MIA). MIA depicts the unrecognized and unacknowledged grief that accompanies the feelings of loss many women experience as they transition into motherhood and encounter undesirable changes associated with their physical appearance, lifestyle, mood, income, relationships, personal goals, and self-esteem. These losses frequently combine with the physical and mental drain of motherhood to create a far greater loss-a mother's sense of self. Missing In Action details the various kinds of change and loss that occur, illuminates the compelling similarities between grief and the myriad symptoms mothers describe, explains how MIA relates to the violation of personal boundaries, and ultimately defines ten goals to help mothers reclaim their sense of self.

Missing in Action

Missing in Action Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Denys Cook
Editor: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1490716017
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A personal account of being a WW II POW in Stalag 383..

Amanda in Holland

Amanda in Holland Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Darlene Foster
Editor: Central Avenue Publishing
ISBN: 1771681721
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"Be prepared to learn a lot about the culture while you follow Amanda on her adventure.&”—Laura Best, author, Bitter, Sweet &“What a great way for a young person to learn about a culture and to be inspired to experience other countries themselves."—Irene Butler, author, Trekking the Globe with Mostly Gentle Footsteps Amanda is in Holland to see the tulips with her best friend, Leah. They travel the canals of Amsterdam, visit Anne Frank House, check out windmills, tour a wooden shoe factory, and take many pictures of the amazing flowers of Keukenhof Gardens. She is keen to find out what happened to her great uncle who never returned from WWII and was declared missing in action. What she doesn't expect to find and fall in love with is Joey, an abandoned puppy. While trying to find a home for him, she meets Jan, a Dutch boy who offers to help, a suspicious gardener, a strange woman on a bicycle, and an overprotective goose named Gerald. Follow Amanda around the charming country of Holland, filled with colourful tulips, windmills, and more bicycles than she could have imagined. Once again, intrepid traveller Amanda encounters danger and intrigue as she tries to solve more than one mystery in a foreign country. Be sure to read all the books in this exciting Amanda Travels series! 1. Amanda in Arabia: The Perfume Flask 2. Amanda in Spain: The Girl in the Painting 3. Amanda in England: The Missing Novel 4. Amanda in Alberta: The Writing on the Stone 5. Amanda on the Danube: The Sounds of Music 6. Amanda in New Mexico: Ghosts in the Wind 7. Amanda in Holland: Missing in Action 8. Amanda in Malta: The Sleeping Lady

America's White Table

America's White Table Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Margot Theis Raven
Editor: Sleeping Bear Press
ISBN: 1627531408
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The White Table is set in many mess halls as a symbol for and remembrance to service members fallen, missing, or held captive in the line of duty. Solitary and solemn, it is the table where no one will ever sit. As a special gift to her Uncle John, Katie and her sisters are asked to help set the white table for dinner. As their mother explains the significance of each item placed on the table Katie comes to understand and appreciate the depth of sacrifice that her uncle, and each member of the Armed Forces and their families, may be called to give. It was just a little white table... but it felt as big as America when we helped Mama put each item on it and she told us why it was so important. "We use a Small Table, girls," she explained first, "to show one soldier's lonely battle against many. We cover it with a White Cloth to honor a soldier's pure heart when he answers his country's call to duty." "We place a Lemon Slice and Grains of Salt on a plate to show a captive soldier's bitter fate and the tears of families waiting for loved ones to return," she continued."We push an Empty Chair to the table for the missing soldiers who are not here..." Margot Theis Raven has been a professional writer working in the fields of radio, television, magazines, newspapers, and children's books for 30 years. Margot's first children's book, Angels in the Dust, won five national awards, including an IRATeacher's Choice Award. Her first book with Sleeping Bear Press, Mercedes and the Chocolate Pilot, was the runner-up for the 2004 Texas Bluebonnet Award. She lives with her family in Charleston, South Carolina. Mike Benny's illustrations have appeared in Time, GQ, New Yorker and Sports Illustrated Magazines. He has also been awarded two Gold Medals from the Society of Illustrators. This is Mike's first children's book. He lives in Austin, Texas with his wife Mary Ann and daughter Adele.

Survival Media

Survival Media Pdf/ePub eBook Author: S. Perera
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 1137444649
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Through the narratives and movements of survivors of the war in Lanka these interconnected essays develop the concept of 'survival media' as embodied and expressive forms of mobility across borders.

Inside Out & Back Again

Inside Out & Back Again Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Thanhha Lai
Editor: Univ. of Queensland Press
ISBN: 0702251178
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Through a series of poems, a young girl chronicles the life-changing year of 1975, when she, her mother, and her brothers leave Vietnam and resettle in Alabama.

Records Relating to American Prisoners of War and Missing in Action from the Vietnam War Era, 1960-1994

Records Relating to American Prisoners of War and Missing in Action from the Vietnam War Era, 1960-1994 Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Charles E. Schamel
Editor: DIANE Publishing
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Records Relating to American Prisoners of War and Missing in Action from the Vietnam War Era, 1960-1994 by Charles E. Schamel Summary

Contents: textual records relating to POWs and MIAs from the Vietnam War (records of military organizations; records of civilian organizations; records of congressional investigations of POW/MIA affairs); electronic records; still pictures; motion pictures and sound and video recordings; cartographic records; military personnel records and veterans administration claims files; documents collected and declassified under the McCain Bill and Executive Order 12812. Appendices: Senate Select Comm. on POW/MIA Affairs records; records of the MACV Ass't. Chief and more.

Wisconsin's 37

Wisconsin's 37 Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Erin Miller,John B. Sharpless
Editor: McFarland
ISBN: 1476631611
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Wisconsin's 37 by Erin Miller,John B. Sharpless Summary

 The signing of the Paris Peace Accords in 1973 signified the end of the Vietnam War. American personnel returned home and the 591 American prisoners held captive in North Vietnam were released. Still, 2,646 individuals did not come home. Thirty-seven of those missing in action were from Wisconsin. Their names appear on the largest object—a motorcycle (now part of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Collection)—ever left at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Using the recollections of the soldiers’ families, friends and fellow servicemen, the author tells the story of each man’s life.


Unaccounted Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Michael McDonald-Low
Editor: First Edition Design Pub.
ISBN: 1506900909
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During the Vietnam War, the Que Son Valley region was a very bad place with a very bad reputation. More U.S. Army infantrymen and Marines died there than at any other location in Vietnam. More Medals of Honor were awarded in this region than in any other single combat zone, ever. On 5 May 1968, the downing of two U.S. helicopters in the Que Son Valley marked the beginning of the North Vietnamese Army’s second Tet offensive, with the goal of destroying all U.S. forces. At 1728 hours, Delta Company, 1st Battalion, 20th Infantry conducted a combat air assault to join Bravo Company, 1st Battalion, 6th Infantry at the helicopters' fatally downed location. Their experiences during the next six days set the stage for a three-month long battle that lasted only hours for some. In the end, there would be more than 2,300 dead and wounded, and one American Soldier missing in action. It will take over 44 years to find his location; UNACCOUNTED is his story. Keywords: Missing in Action, MIA, Infantryman, Vietnam, POW, Mission, Unaccounted, War


Trieste Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Daša Drndic
Editor: Quercus Publishing
ISBN: 1849165564
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Haya Tedeschi sits alone in Gorizia, north-eastern Italy, surrounded by a basket of photographs and newspaper clippings. Now an old woman, she waits to be reunited after sixty-two years with her son, fathered by an S.S. officer and stolen from her by the German authorities during the War as part of Himmler''s clandestine ''Lebensborn'' project, which strove for a ''racially pure'' Germany. Haya''s reflection on her Catholicized Jewish family''s experiences deals unsparingly with the massacre of Italian Jews in the concentration camps of Trieste. Her obsessive search for her son leads her to photographs, maps and fragments of verse, to testimonies from the Nuremberg trials and interviews with second-generation Jews, as well as witness accounts of atrocities that took place on her doorstep. A broad collage of material is assembled, and the lesser-known horror of Nazi occupation in northern Italy is gradually unveiled. Written in immensely powerful language, and employing a range of astonishing conceptual devices, Trieste is a novel like no other. Dasa Drndic has produced a shattering contribution to the literature of our twentieth-century history.