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Missing In Action

Author : John D. Harvie
ISBN : 0773513507
Genre : History
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Missing in Action is the touching personal account of Canadian Air Force navigator John Harvie's experiences during the final months of World War II, including his encounters with the French Resistance and the Gestapo and as a prisoner at the notorious concentration camp in Buchenwald.

Missing In Action

Author : Dean Hughes
ISBN : 9781416915027
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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While his father is missing in action in the Pacific during World War II, twelve-year-old Jay moves with his mother to small-town Utah, where he sees prejudice from both sides, as a part-Navajo himself and through an unlikely friendship with Japanese American Ken from the nearby internment camp.

Missing In Action

Author : Peter David
ISBN : 9780743429597
Genre : Fiction
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Lost in the farthest reaches of space after being catapulted into the distant Andromeda galaxy, Captain Mackenzie Calhoun and the crew of the USS Excalibur find themselves caught in the middle of a genocidal interstellar war as they desperately seek a way to get home. Original.

Missing In Action

Author : Raven Walker
ISBN : 9780595342242
Genre : Fiction
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Missing in Action was written in one month, on a farm on the Little Nemaha, in the summer of 1981, from notes contemporary with 1979 New York City. The work belongs to the genre established by Joyce, present in American Literature as The Great Gatsby, The Sun Also Rises, and Catcher in the Rye, the contemporary novel written in the time of its setting using the selective stream of consciousness of a first person observer to tell the story. It is the story of frontier inversion, of a famed generation putting itself up for sale in the slaving markets of the Big Apple, of a journey into the regenerations of primitivism, of the return of the West to the spawning grounds of the East, like one joins the French Foreign Legion, to escape and forget, a stray splash from the whirlpools of the dispersion occurring within American society after the Viet Nam War Era.

Missing In Action

Author : Anne Smollon
ISBN : 9780595856770
Genre : Self-Help
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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

Author : Ralph Riegel
ISBN : 9781856356947
Genre : History
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The dramatic true story of a brave young soldier who laid down his life to save a comrade, and the struggle to identify his burial place and repatriate his remains. On 15 September 1961, eighteen year old Trooper Patrick Mullins was posted missing after a bloody ambush of an Irish UN convoy in the Congo. During the fierce gun-fight, Mullins was killed and his body taken as spoils of war by the rebel militia. When Ireland finally ended its UN mission in the Congo Tpr. Mullins' body remained buried in an unknown grave. With the 50th anniversary of his death fast approaching, the Mullins family remains caught in the terrible nightmare of maintaining an empty grave at the foothills of the Galtee Mountains. This fascinating book describes Mullins' story, the struggle to find his body, and the difficulties in bringing it home.

Missing In Action Trail Of Deceit

Author : Larry J. O'Daniel
ISBN : UOM:39015046843127
Genre : History
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Records Relating To American Prisoners Of War And Missing In Action From The Vietnam War

Author : United States. National Archives and Records Administration
ISBN : PURD:32754066529342
Genre : History
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Missing In Action

Author : Paul Rifenberg
ISBN : 9781441599278
Genre : Fiction
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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.

Missing In Action

Author : Denys Cook
ISBN : 9781490716008
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A personal account of being a WW II POW in Stalag 383..

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