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Happenings in
Honea Path, SC
 
 
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War:Korean

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Stigma for Valor, Forrest, Williams
1 Forrest, Williams Stigma for Valor
Greenwich, Conn Fawcett Publications, Inc. 1957 Paper Back Very Good 
His name was Sergeant Able Bliss and he was the most hated prisoner in the Korean compound. To his captors he was a coward and a liar to his comrades he was a traitor and murderer. Only one man know what he really was - and he was dead. Stigma for Valor ".... a stark, cruel expose of the realities of the Korean War. Mr. Forrest spares us nothing. He has written a fine story ... one which should be long remembered." - Chattanooga News - Free Press 
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About Face: Odyssey of an American Warrior, Hackworth, Colonel David H. (U.S. Army Ret)
2 Hackworth, Colonel David H. (U.S. Army Ret) About Face: Odyssey of an American Warrior
New York Simon and Shuster 1989 0671526928 / 9780671526924 Hardcover Good yes 
There are soldiers and there are warriors, and there is David H. Hackworth, a warrior's warrior. He was the youngest "Old Man" in the Korean War, and the youngest full colonel in Vietnam. To this day, he is America's most decorated living soldier. Yet he is also the reputed model for the infamous Colonel Kurtz in Apocalypse Now, and for the eighteen years he has lived in self-imposed exile in Australia, a man at odds with the nation he served so well. 
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The Martyred, Kim, Richard E.
3 Kim, Richard E. The Martyred
Pocketbook 1965 Paperback very good 

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The March to Glory, Leckie, Robert
4 Leckie, Robert The March to Glory
Bantam Books 1990 0553285327 / 9780553285321 paperback Good - Uss San Jacinto stamp on out edge 
This is the incredible saga of the famed First Marine Division and its savage fighting withdrawal from the Chosin Reservoir to the North Korean port of Hungnam. Battling bitterly cold winds and temperatures that dropped to -25 [degrees] Fahrenheit, the Leathernecks blasted their way through roadblocks, ambushes, and wave after horrifying wave of Chinese Communist army attacks. Robert Leckie brings to life all aspects of the epic struggle and the men who wrote one of the greatest chapters in Marine Corps history with their frozen blood 
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