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By Capt. Robert E. Arnold, M.D., USNRR
April 26, 1865, 2:45 A.M.: Lt. Col. Everton Conger, United States Army is intently watching the man inside Richard Garrett's burning barn. He watched the man throw his weapon down and start walking to the front of the barn to surrender to the 16th New York Cavalry. A shot rang out and the unarmed man fell to the ground, mortally wounded. Lt. Luther Baker and some enlisted men entered the barn and carried the man to the veranda of Richard Garretts house. Col. Conger stayed there ten minutes emptying the mans pockets before leaving for Washington.The man had in the meantime died. The corpse was then taken to the U.S.S. Montauk, where an autopsy was performed and then the body buried in one of the old cells on the grounds of Washington's penitentiary which was now an arsenal. The bullet track and cervical vertebrae were removed at autopsy and taken to the Army Medical Museum and remain today in the National Museum of Health and Medicine. The forensic evidence from the specimen proves that Sgt. Boston Corbett could not possibly have been the shooter.
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By Capt. Robert E. Arnold, M.D., USNRR
April 26, 1865, 2:45 A.M.: Lt. Col. Everton Conger, United States Army is intently watching the man inside Richard Garrett's burning barn. He watched the man throw his weapon down and start walking to the front of the barn to surrender to the 16th New York Cavalry. A shot rang out and the unarmed man fell to the ground, mortally wounded. Lt. Luther Baker and some enlisted men entered the barn and carried the man to the veranda of Richard Garretts house. Col. Conger stayed there ten minutes emptying the mans pockets before leaving for Washington.The man had in the meantime died. The corpse was then taken to the U.S.S. Montauk, where an autopsy was performed and then the body buried in one of the old cells on the grounds of Washington's penitentiary which was now an arsenal. The bullet track and cervical vertebrae were removed at autopsy and taken to the Army Medical Museum and remain today in the National Museum of Health and Medicine. The forensic evidence from the specimen proves that Sgt. Boston Corbett could not possibly have been the shooter.
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By Bud Wilkes
These long ago wartime involvements are put to script primarily for my immediate family members. Perhaps any others reading the lines herein, exempting similarly experienced infantry veterans, will gain from them better comprehension of how it was to serve as a combat soldier in northern Europe during World War II. One’s military duty in warfare mostly does not fade in memory. For exactness of dates and for peripheral happenings, I have referenced our unit’s history publication, With the 102nd Infantry Division through Germany.
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By Bud Wilkes
These long ago wartime involvements are put to script primarily for my immediate family members. Perhaps any others reading the lines herein, exempting similarly experienced infantry veterans, will gain from them better comprehension of how it was to serve as a combat soldier in northern Europe during World War II. One’s military duty in warfare mostly does not fade in memory. For exactness of dates and for peripheral happenings, I have referenced our unit’s history publication, With the 102nd Infantry Division through Germany.
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By M.S. Johnson
Jeffery (Popeye) Ross was a shy young man until he met Lillian Crawford the love of his life one night at a church dance. When the U.S. enters World War II he want nothing to do with it until he gets Lillian his teen age girlfriend pregnant realizing he needed to do something feeling the pressure from his guardian Mrs. Hutchinson he joins the Army. In the Army he meets his best friend 1st Sgt. Willie Banks III a fierce fighter that shows the enemy no mercy. Assigned to a truck division who's only duty was to drive supplies to the troops on the frontline his division found themselves thurst into the horrors of the war. Fighting their way though Europe Jeffery found himself in situations that if 1st Sgt. Banks wasn't there with his quick thinking he would have died. When the war ended he found himself torn between staying in the Army or getting out.
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By M.S. Johnson
Jeffery (Popeye) Ross was a shy young man until he met Lillian Crawford the love of his life one night at a church dance. When the U.S. enters World War II he want nothing to do with it until he gets Lillian his teen age girlfriend pregnant realizing he needed to do something feeling the pressure from his guardian Mrs. Hutchinson he joins the Army. In the Army he meets his best friend 1st Sgt. Willie Banks III a fierce fighter that shows the enemy no mercy. Assigned to a truck division who's only duty was to drive supplies to the troops on the frontline his division found themselves thurst into the horrors of the war. Fighting their way though Europe Jeffery found himself in situations that if 1st Sgt. Banks wasn't there with his quick thinking he would have died. When the war ended he found himself torn between staying in the Army or getting out.
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By M.S. Johnson
Jeffery (Popeye) Ross was a shy young man until he met Lillian Crawford the love of his life one night at a church dance. When the U.S. enters World War II he want nothing to do with it until he gets Lillian his teen age girlfriend pregnant realizing he needed to do something feeling the pressure from his guardian Mrs. Hutchinson he joins the Army. In the Army he meets his best friend 1st Sgt. Willie Banks III a fierce fighter that shows the enemy no mercy. Assigned to a truck division who's only duty was to drive supplies to the troops on the frontline his division found themselves thurst into the horrors of the war. Fighting their way though Europe Jeffery found himself in situations that if 1st Sgt. Banks wasn't there with his quick thinking he would have died. When the war ended he found himself torn between staying in the Army or getting out.
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By Judith W. Vicario
In nearly all cultures, ancient and modern, stories evolve, intending to serve as a moral compass to help teach the young and guide them on a true passage into adulthood. Apache culture is no different. Mothers and fathers can speak to their children, admonishing them about respect and traditions. But there is always that one child who will inevitably challenge a parent’s authority and teaching. The Legend of the Crown Dancers is such a story. It tells about one young girl determined to seek the wrong path for selfish reasons and the terrible repercussions not only for her but also for the entire tribe for generations to come.
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By Judith W. Vicario
In nearly all cultures, ancient and modern, stories evolve, intending to serve as a moral compass to help teach the young and guide them on a true passage into adulthood. Apache culture is no different. Mothers and fathers can speak to their children, admonishing them about respect and traditions. But there is always that one child who will inevitably challenge a parent’s authority and teaching. The Legend of the Crown Dancers is such a story. It tells about one young girl determined to seek the wrong path for selfish reasons and the terrible repercussions not only for her but also for the entire tribe for generations to come.
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By H. Yuan Tien
All peoples have their share of brutal rulers. The longer their history, the more numerous such notorious rulers they have inevitably witnessed, and the greater the diversity of their pitiless behavior. China’s encounter with such ordeals began in antiquity and continues into the modern era.
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By MARGARET W PRICE
This is a Mystery/Crime Novel set in the Amarna 18th Egyptian Dynasty, based on accredited historical facts about the main characters, recounted by Ankesenamun , the third daughter of the hereticPharaoh,Akhenaten,who broke away from the traditional worship of the chief god,Amun, with his famously beautiful Queen,Nefertiti, and brought in a new religion-Atenism- the worship of the Aten,or Sun-Disc. It tells of Ankesenamun`s great courage ,determination and independence,in the midst of continual personal trauma,tragedy,bereavements and political dangers. She is determined,against fearful odds,to uncover the truth about the sudden,unexplained deaths of her father and Tutankhamun,also the abrupt disappearance of her mother,Queen Nefertiti,being convinced that they were all murdered. This brings her into dangerous conflict with powerful ,ambitious, ruthless men, who aspire to the Throne of Egypt. The book includes most of the elements which make a novel interesting sex,royalty,pregnancy,adultery, religious quarrels, conflict,tension,danger and mystery---. Also incest,murder and suspected murder .
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By H. Yuan Tien
All peoples have their share of brutal rulers. The longer their history, the more numerous such notorious rulers they have inevitably witnessed, and the greater the diversity of their pitiless behavior. China’s encounter with such ordeals began in antiquity and continues into the modern era.
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All peoples have their share of brutal rulers. The longer their history, the more numerous such notorious rulers they have inevitably witnessed, and the greater the diversity of their pitiless behavior. China’s encounter with such ordeals began in antiquity and continues into the modern era.
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By MARGARET W PRICE
This is a Mystery/Crime Novel set in the Amarna 18th Egyptian Dynasty, based on accredited historical facts about the main characters, recounted by Ankesenamun , the third daughter of the hereticPharaoh,Akhenaten,who broke away from the traditional worship of the chief god,Amun, with his famously beautiful Queen,Nefertiti, and brought in a new religion-Atenism- the worship of the Aten,or Sun-Disc. It tells of Ankesenamun`s great courage ,determination and independence,in the midst of continual personal trauma,tragedy,bereavements and political dangers. She is determined,against fearful odds,to uncover the truth about the sudden,unexplained deaths of her father and Tutankhamun,also the abrupt disappearance of her mother,Queen Nefertiti,being convinced that they were all murdered. This brings her into dangerous conflict with powerful ,ambitious, ruthless men, who aspire to the Throne of Egypt. The book includes most of the elements which make a novel interesting sex,royalty,pregnancy,adultery, religious quarrels, conflict,tension,danger and mystery---. Also incest,murder and suspected murder .
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By MARGARET W PRICE
This is a Mystery/Crime Novel set in the Amarna 18th Egyptian Dynasty, based on accredited historical facts about the main characters, recounted by Ankesenamun , the third daughter of the hereticPharaoh,Akhenaten,who broke away from the traditional worship of the chief god,Amun, with his famously beautiful Queen,Nefertiti, and brought in a new religion-Atenism- the worship of the Aten,or Sun-Disc. It tells of Ankesenamun`s great courage ,determination and independence,in the midst of continual personal trauma,tragedy,bereavements and political dangers. She is determined,against fearful odds,to uncover the truth about the sudden,unexplained deaths of her father and Tutankhamun,also the abrupt disappearance of her mother,Queen Nefertiti,being convinced that they were all murdered. This brings her into dangerous conflict with powerful ,ambitious, ruthless men, who aspire to the Throne of Egypt. The book includes most of the elements which make a novel interesting sex,royalty,pregnancy,adultery, religious quarrels, conflict,tension,danger and mystery---. Also incest,murder and suspected murder .
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