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Unremarried Widow

Author : Artis Henderson
ISBN : 9781451649291
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Emotionally raw and heartbreakingly honest, an award-winning journalist and essayist traces the difficult process of picking up the pieces of her life after it was shattered by the death of her husband, a Texan solider whose Apache helicopter crashed in Iraq,
Category: Biography & Autobiography

All Hands

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ISBN : UCAL:C2582598
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White Saris And Sweet Mangoes

Author : Sarah Lamb
ISBN : 0520220013
Genre : History
File Size : 55.3 MB
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By examining both gender and aging in this ethnography of an Indian village, Sarah Lamb forces a re-examination of major debates in feminist anthropology and contributes to the small but growing literature on aging in contemporary culture.
Category: History

Decisions Of The Comptroller General Of The United States

Author : United States. General Accounting Office
ISBN : UCAL:B3297002
Genre : Finance, Public
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March, September, and December issues include index digests, and June issue includes cumulative tables and index digest.
Category: Finance, Public

Soldier Dead

Author : Michael Sledge
ISBN : 9780231509374
Genre : History
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The first book to address the complicated issues surrounding what happens to members of the United States Armed Forces after they die. Why does recovering the remains of servicepeople matter? Soldier Dead examines this question and provides a thorough analysis of the processes of recovery, identification, return, burial, and remembrance of the dead. Sledge traces the ways in which the handling of our Soldier Dead has evolved over time and how these changes have reflected not only advances in technology and capabilities but also the shifting attitudes of the public, government, and military. He also considers the emotional stress experienced by those who handle the dead; the continuing efforts to retrieve bodies from Korea and elsewhere; and how unresolved issues regarding the treatment of enemy dead continue to affect U.S. foreign relations. Skillfully incorporating excerpts from interviews, personal correspondence and diaries, military records, and journalistic accounts—as well as never-before-published photographs and his own reflections—Michael Sledge presents a clear, concise, and compassionate story about what the dead mean to the living. Throughout Soldier Dead, the voices of the fallen are heard, as are those of family members and military personnel responsible for the dead before final disposition. At times disturbing and at other times encouraging, they are always powerful as they speak of danger, duty, courage, commitment, and care. “A timely and detailed investigation into the moral conscience of American society which will be of interest to anyone concerned with the human costs of war. An important and passionate book which deserves a wide readership.”—Chris Shilling, University of Portsmouth, UK
Category: History

Or Go Down In Flame

Author : W. R. Wood
ISBN : 9781612001784
Genre : History
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“The engrossing story of an American professor’s quest to learn how his older brother was killed in WWII . . . many poignant moments” (Publishers Weekly). “Black Thursday,” the second Schweinfurt raid, was the most savagely fought air battle in US history and a milestone in the course of World War II. On October 14, 1943, the US Eighth Air Force launched nearly three hundred bombers deep into German territory to destroy the ball-bearing plants at Schweinfurt, hoping this would bring enemy industry to a halt. On that clear, sunlit day, hundreds of German fighters raced among the unescorted B-17s, guns blazing, knocking down plane after plane, each with ten men aboard. By the end of the day, the flight path of the Flying Fortresses was marked across the breadth of Germany by towering pillars of smoke from crashed machines, fiery tributes to six hundred lost airmen. W. Raymond Wood was just a child when his brother was lost in the Schweinfurt raid, and the minute details of this book are the result of his multi-year effort to illuminate “Black Thursday” as no writer has before. He not only reveals the experience of the American flyers in this famous battle, but that of the civilians on the ground and the enemy fighters who flew against the bomber stream, including the Me-110 pilot who in all probability destroyed his brother’s plane with a rocket. Illustrated with forty-eight pages of photos and original documents, this book examines the air war against the Third Reich, then brings the reader into the center of harrowing air combat, and finally chronicles the little-known operations after war’s end to retrieve and identify our dead.
Category: History

New York Elder Law

Author : David Goldfarb
ISBN : 9781579111465
Genre : Law
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The Answer to All Your New York Elder Law Questions New York Elder Law provides analysis and commentary on the laws and regulations affecting the elderly in New York. As the New York companion to Tax, Estate & Financial Planning for the Elderly and Tax, Estate & Financial Planning for the Elderly: Forms & Practice from Matthew Bender, this new handy "how-to" practice guide covers a broad spectrum of legal and financial issues of special concern to the elderly and their families. It includes: planning for disability; Medicaid eligibility, spousal rights, financial responsibility of third parties, transfer of assets, liens, estate recovery, and fair hearing advocacy; supplemental needs trusts; guardianships; estate planning and wills; health care coverage and resources; financial planning; income and estate tax, and elder abuse.
Category: Law