THE DEVIL'S SECRET NAME - True Adventures of a Combat Veteran / Journalist in the Third World Wars!

Morris, Jim

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Morris, Jim
Edité par Canton OH. 1989. Daring Books. (1989)
ISBN 10 : 0938936824 ISBN 13 : 9780938936824
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Description du livre Canton OH. 1989. Daring Books., 1989. grey & black ¼ cloth hardbound 8vo. 8º (octavo). dustwrapper in protective plastic book jacket cover. fine cond. binding square & tight. covers clean. edges clean. contents free of all markings. dustwrapper in fine cond. not worn or torn or price clipped. nice clean copy. no library markings, store stamps, stickers, bookplates, no names, inking , underlining, remainder markings etc ~first edition. first printing (nap). 304p. acknowledgments. index. biography. autobiography. memoirs. military history. world history. ~ "People talk about how they don't want another Vietnam, as though the choice were between that and some sort of wonderful Eisenhower America. The choice may be that we have to fight Vietnam over and over again in every little ceiling fan, rat~and~fly infested third world country, until we get it right or face the prospect of seeing the U.S. turned into an oversized version of Lebanon . . ." Highly acclaimed author and Vietnam combat veteran, Jim Morris, found himself in the middle of seven wars on three continents in the early 1980s as a correspondent for a national magazine. While witnessing the wars in countries such as Cambodia, El Salvador, Lebanon and Israel, he discovered proof that the same people, the Soviet KGB, were supporting these wars being waged around the world. He determined most of these small, brush~fire wars were and still are simply an extension of the Vietnam war. Morris also found that America does not have a free press. He observed elements of our media being managed by factors of greed and ideology, distorting everything the American public reads about the wars in the third world countries. In fact, many correspondents never visited where the real action was going on; instead, they were spoon~fed information by controlled sources. In addition, Morris shares his experiences as a freelance 'soldier of fortune' fighting with his beloved Montagnards in Cambodia after America's withdrawal from Vietnam. Realizing that without international credibility their war was lost, he returns home to publicize their forlorn situation. He shares how eventually he is successful in helping to bring out many Montagnard refugees to the safety and freedom of the U.S. Morris writes of his many adventures and misadventures, as well as reports on his findings in THE DEVIL'S SECRET NAME. To present a more complete perspective, he uses flashbacks from his Vietnam combat experiences. Whether you agree or disagree with the many assessments by Morris of the current state of affairs in the third world wars, you will find this book presents exciting, action~filled tales of love, war, intrigue, and betrayal as you, too, become hooked on the lure of combat .the Devil's Secret Name. N° de réf. du libraire 11101405

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Morris, Jim; Engel, Joel
Edité par Daring Books, Canton, Ohio (1989)
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Description du livre Daring Books, Canton, Ohio, 1989. Hard Cover. État : Fine. Etat de la jaquette : Fine. First Edition. 304 pages with Index. N° de réf. du libraire 06185

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Morris, Jim
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Description du livre Daring Books, Canton, Ohio, 1989. US first edition, hard bound in dust jacket, 6 x 9, FINE/FINE CONDITION, 304 pages, index.-------------------------------------"People talk about how they don't want another Vietnam, as though the choice were between that and some sort of wonderful Eisenhower America. The choice may be that we have to fight Vietnam over and over again in every little ceiling fan, rat-and-fly infested third world country, until we get it right—or face the prospect of seeing the U.S. turned into an oversized version of Lebanon . . ."Highly acclaimed author and Vietnam combat veteran, Jim Morris, found himself in the middle of seven wars on three continents in the early 1980s as a correspondent for a national magazine. While witnessing the wars in countries such as Cambodia, El Salvador, Lebanon and Israel, he discovered proof that the same people, the Soviet KGB, were supporting these wars being waged around the world. He determined most of these small, brush-fire wars were and still are simply an extension of the Vietnam war.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------Morris also found that America does not have a free press. He observed elements of our media being managed by factors of greed and ideology, distorting everything the American public reads about the wars in the third world countries. In fact, many correspondents never visited where the real action was going on; instead, they were spoon-fed information by controlled sources.In addition, Morris shares his experiences as a freelance 'soldier of fortune' fighting with his beloved Montagnards in Cambodia after America's withdrawal from Vietnam. Realizing that without international credibility their war was lost, he returns home to publicize their forlorn situation. He shares how eventually he is successful in helping to bring out many Montagnard refugees to the safety and freedom of the U.S.----------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------Morris writes of his many adventures and misadventures, as well as reports on his findings in THE DEVIL'S SECRET NAME. To present a more complete perspective, he uses flashbacks from his Vietnam combat experiences.Whether you agree or disagree with the many assessments by Morris of the current state of affairs in the third world wars, you will find this book presents exciting, action-filled tales of love, war, intrigue, and betrayal as you, too, become hooked on the lure of combat . the Devil's Secret Name. N° de réf. du libraire 36049

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