Harm s Way

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ISBN: 9781786253354
Release Date: 2015-11-06
Number of pages: 495
Author: James E Bassett
Publisher: Pickle Partners Publishing

Download and read online Harm s Way in PDF and EPUB Rockwell Terry is a career naval captain who has served since WWI. Now is the dawn of another world war as his ship patrols outside Pearl Harbor. He leads a sheltered life, goes nowhere and sees no one. With the outbreak of the war, his past begins to emerge. This book was the basis for the 1965 Otto Preminger film IN HARM’S WAY featuring John Wayne, Kirk Douglas, Dana Andrews, Patricia Neal, Henry Fonda and others. Bassett served on the staff of Rear Admiral “Bull” Halsey, and later managed three of Richard Nixon’s political campaigns. The book examines critically and at close quarters the U.S. Navy he knew well from his own experiences - having achieved captain’s rank and been awarded a Bronze Star for his services.

In Harm s Way

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ISBN: 9781448110261
Release Date: 2012-07-31
Number of pages: 432
Author: Doug Stanton
Publisher: Random House

Download and read online In Harm s Way in PDF and EPUB The USS Indianapolis was the last ship sunk during the Second World War. Savaged by a salvo of torpedoes from a Japanese submarine, the warship, one of the fastest in the US Navy, sank in a matter of minutes. One thousand two hundred men went into the water, and only 321 were to survive. This is their story. On 30 July 1945 the Indianapolis was returning from the small island of Tinian, having delivered the components of the atom bomb 'baby boy', which was to decimate Hiroshima and bring on the end of the war. As the torpedoes ripped into the side of the ship hundreds of men were killed. Those lucky enough to survive in the water were to face extremes of physical and mental hardship. Many were left to float in the ocean with little or no food or drinking water in deteriorating life jackets and, most chillingly of all, open to attacks by sharks. The testimonies of those who lived speak of the extremes of human emotion, incredible courage and unforgettable despair. The visceral experiences of those five days were to haunt them for the rest of their lives. The Indianapolis was captained by the dashing and charismatic Captain Butler McVay, and his story is a tragic one. For a captain to lose his ship in combat is perhaps the hardest blow, but McVay was doubly marked, as he was held responsible for the loss and court-martialled - the only naval captain ever to be court-martialled for the sinking of his ship. Twenty years after the Indianapolis went to the bottom, tormented by the experience and the resentment of many of the families of those who lost their lives in the disaster, he took his own life. Those who also survived maintain that there was nothing he could have done to prevent the disaster, and continue to campaign to clear the captain's name. This book is also his story.

In Harm s Way

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ISBN: 0674445783
Release Date: 1997
Number of pages: 496
Author: Catharine A. MacKinnon
Publisher: Harvard University Press

Download and read online In Harm s Way in PDF and EPUB This book covers the hearings in Minneapolis, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, and Massachusetts.

In Harm s Way

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ISBN: 9781448107346
Release Date: 2012-09-30
Number of pages: 448
Author: Michael Cameron
Publisher: Random House

Download and read online In Harm s Way in PDF and EPUB I don't feel sorry for myself. Today everything is all right. I look at it is this way, it can't ever be as bad as it was then...' Sean Hogan was just eight years old when he was confined in the notorious Artane Industrial School under the brutal regime of the Christian Brothers. In and out of care throughout his childhood, Sean was so badly neglected by his alcoholic parents that he never even knew what day his birthday fell on, or how old he was - things he only learned as an adult. But when he arrived at Artane, instead of receiving the care he so desperately needed, he entered into months of horrific sexual abuse at the hands of some of the brothers Now, for the first time, he feels able to tell his story - and reveal the devastating truth of what really happened in Ireland's industrial schools. In Harm's Way is a powerful and moving story of astonishing hardship and near despair, but also of triumph over terrible adversity.

In Harm s Way

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ISBN: 9781848313897
Release Date: 2012-04-05
Number of pages: 300
Author: Martin Bell
Publisher: Icon Books Ltd

Download and read online In Harm s Way in PDF and EPUB First published in September 1995, In Harm’s Way established itself rapidly as a classic of war reporting. Martin Bell’s was BBC TV’s principal correspondent during the war in Bosnia from 1992 to 1995. The original version of this passionate and personal account of the conflict was written while the war was still going on, some of it late at night in the Holiday Inn in Sarajevo. In Harm’s Way is not only about the progress of the war; it is about its origins, how it began and how it could have been avoided; it is about the human costs of war in which all the peoples of Bosnia became the victims; it is about a massive failure by the United Nations, beginning with an inadequate peace-keeping mandate and ending with the Srebrenica massacre; and it is about the practices of war reporting itself. In the introduction to this new edition, marking the twentieth anniversary of the outbreak of hostilities, Martin Bell reflects on the impact of what he calls the most consequential war of our time.

In Harm s Way

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ISBN: 9780800733124
Release Date: 2010-04-01
Number of pages: 326
Author: Irene Hannon
Publisher: Revell

Download and read online In Harm s Way in PDF and EPUB FBI agent Nick Bradley believes Rachel Sutton, who claims a doll gives her a strange feeling of terror, is crazy, but he soon stumbles across a link between the doll and an abducted child.

In Harm s Way

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ISBN: 9781400865888
Release Date: 2015-05-26
Number of pages: 264
Author: Javier Auyero
Publisher: Princeton University Press

Download and read online In Harm s Way in PDF and EPUB Arquitecto Tucci, a neighborhood in Buenos Aires, is a place where crushing poverty and violent crime are everyday realities. Homicides—often involving young people—continue to skyrocket, and in the emergency room there, victims of shootings or knifings are an all-too-common sight. In Harm's Way takes a harrowing look at daily life in Arquitecto Tucci, examining the sources, uses, and forms of interpersonal violence among the urban poor at the very margins of Argentine society. Drawing on more than two years of immersive fieldwork, sociologist Javier Auyero and María Berti, an elementary school teacher in the neighborhood, provide a powerful and disarmingly intimate account of what it is like to live under the constant threat of violence. They argue that being physically aggressive becomes a habitual way of acting in poor and marginalized communities, and that violence is routine and carries across various domains of public and private life. Auyero and Berti trace how different types of violence—be it criminal, drug related, sexual, or domestic—overlap, intersect, and blur together. They show how the state is complicit in the production of harm, and describe the routines and relationships that residents, particularly children, establish to cope with and respond to the constant risk that besieges them and their loved ones. Provocative, eye-opening, and extraordinarily moving, In Harm's Way is destined to become a classic work on violence at the urban margins.

In Harm s Way

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ISBN: 9780521038713
Release Date: 2007-08-04
Number of pages: 372
Author: Jules L. Coleman
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Download and read online In Harm s Way in PDF and EPUB For several decades the work of Joel Feinberg has been the most influential in legal, political and social philosophy in the English-speaking world. This 1994 volume honours that body of work by presenting fifteen essays, many of them by leading legal and political philosophers, that explore the problems that have engaged Feinberg over the years. Amongst the topics covered are issues of autonomy, responsibility and liability. It will be a collection of interest to anyone working in moral, legal or political philosophy.

In Harm s Way

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ISBN: 9781741982299
Release Date: 2008-11-01
Number of pages: 277
Author: Brian Corrigan
Publisher: Macmillan Publishers Aus.

Download and read online In Harm s Way in PDF and EPUB In late 2006 Brian Corrigan led an SAS team into Lebanon to retrieve the two small children of Melissa Hawach. While the children, Cedar, 3, and Hannah, 5, were successfully reunited with their mother, Brian and another member of his team were detained at the airport and thrown into a Lebanese prison for the next three months. In Harm's Way is Brian's story of what really happened in Lebanon – their daring rescue mission and subsequent capture – as well as the inside story of life in Roumieh – Beirut's notorious maximum security prison – and how Brian used his innate courage, mental discipline and military training to stay focused and alive. It is also a fascinating account of the life of a modern day soldier who has served in Australia's elite airborne unit in East Timor, and worked as a private security contractor at the height of the insurgency in Iraq, and now works in conflict zones around the world. In Harm's Way is a story of risk and honour, and what it really takes to work both at the frontline of modern day conflicts and in undercover operations around the world.

Out of Harm s Way

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ISBN: 9781439136430
Release Date: 1997-04-01
Number of pages: 416
Author: Terry Crisp
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online Out of Harm s Way in PDF and EPUB Out of Harm’s Way chronicles the career of a woman who has dedicated her life to animal rescue, describing her participation in rescue efforts at the scene of such disaster as the Exxon-Valdez oil spill, and outlines ways to prepare pets for disaster situations.

Agents In Harm s Way

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ISBN: 9781935897101
Release Date: 2004-12-12
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Author: Don Winslow
Publisher: Pink Flamingo Publications

Download and read online Agents In Harm s Way in PDF and EPUB From the beginning, Special Agent Mallory Channing knew this would be no ordinary assignment. Mallory,and her junior partner, a spunky girl with a good service record named Kip, were assigned to the kidnapping of a beautiful rich girl. The two young women had learned to struggle together to gain respect in the male-dominated agency, but now they would have to face a much more sinister foe than the nameless bureaucracy. There is danger in the air from the first time the two pretty agents set foot aboard an outlaw ship in search of a missing heiress. In a stunning and unexpected move, the pair are taken captive, like some prize of the sea, by a coldly calculating pirate Captain and his lecherous crew. The two join other luckless females on the slave ship, as it heads toward a military compound in Columbia, run by the notorious El Commandante. While on route, the pair and their fellow captives are stripped of their clothes, ruthlessly bound and subjected to the lewd sexual depravity at the hands of their captors. Once they reach their destination more abuse awaits and any hope for rescue from this misery grows more unlikely every day.

Trauma Journalism

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ISBN: 9781441195203
Release Date: 2011-10-06
Number of pages: 248
Author: Mark H. Massé
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

Download and read online Trauma Journalism in PDF and EPUB The role of journalists in covering trauma and tragedy isn't new. Witnessing acts of violence, destruction and terror has long been the professional responsibility of countless print and broadcast reporters and photographers. But what is new is a growing awareness of the emotional consequences of such coverage on the victims, their families and loved ones, their communities, and on the journalists whose job it is to tell these stories. Trauma Journalism personalizes this movement with in-depth profiles of reporters, researchers and trauma experts engaged in an international effort to transform how the media work under the most difficult of conditions. Through biographical sketches concerning several significant traumatic events (Oklahoma City bombing, Columbine school tragedy, 9/11, Iraq War, the South Asian tsunami, Hurricane Katrina), students and working reporters will gain insights into the critical components of contemporary journalism practices affecting news judgment, news gathering techniques, as well as legal and ethical issues. Trauma Journalism calls for the creation - through ongoing education - of a culture of caring among journalists worldwide.

Harm s Way

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ISBN: 0801895952
Release Date: 2010-10-01
Number of pages: 256
Author: Sandra Macpherson
Publisher: JHU Press

Download and read online Harm s Way in PDF and EPUB Macpherson's original insights will have a broad and lasting impact on the study of the 18th-century novel.

Harms way

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ISBN: UOM:39015034230907
Release Date: 1994-08
Number of pages: 132
Author: Joel-Peter Witkin
Publisher: Twin Palms Pub

Download and read online Harms way in PDF and EPUB Inevitable death and our agony to attain Utopia have made existence a form of pathology. We are left with the secret need for redemption which few of us will understand or witness. This need still lives in acts of love, courage and art. In the images included in this book it is found in the conjoined destinies of artist and subject, phantoms on either side of that curtain we call photography. Implicit in these photographs is the brutal extreme of their purpose and an intimation however distant to their makers that something was manifested beyond the event itself.

Living and Surviving in Harm s Way

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ISBN: 9781135859343
Release Date: 2009-06-03
Number of pages: 543
Author: Sharon Morgillo Freeman
Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Download and read online Living and Surviving in Harm s Way in PDF and EPUB In Living and Surviving in Harm's Way, experts investigate the psychological impact of how warriors live and survive in combat duty. They address the combat preparation of servicemen and women, their support systems, and their interpersonal and intrapersonal experiences. The text maintains a focus on cognitive-behavioral interventions for treating various combat-related disorders, and addresses psychological health and adjustment after leaving the battlefield. The text is logically organized for easy reading and reference, and covers often overlooked topics such as preparation and training of service personnel, women in combat, and the indirect effects of combat stress on family. This book is written by clinicians who have in some ways experienced what they write about, and resonates with mental health professionals, servicemen and women, and their families. Any clinician hoping to treat a serviceman or woman effectively cannot afford to overlook this book.