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Re: The Bridge at No Gun Ri - A Book Review
Did you read the ad? The author began with the 7th Cavalry and Little Big
Horn and Wounded Knee and stuff and then uses that to explain supposed
actions at No Gun Ri.
I bought a copy of a book by an ex-Marine (ex?) whose brother-in-law died
in Korea or something... Just a sec... Well, I can't find the book right
now, but it's _Hills of Sacrifice_ by Michael Slater, and it distresses
me... I also have school work and began _War and Peace_ again but this time
bought the book instead of checking it out.... I hope not to go too far
off topic though, but what about responding to the _The Bridge at No Gun
Ri_ - A Book Review, thread? Could you give better guidelines?
Vince -- feeling like someone's remembering pain or being stupid?
----- Original Message -----
From: Ed Evanhoe <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, September 08, 2001 10:04 AM
Subject: Re: The Bridge at No Gun Ri - A Book Review
> Vincent et al,
> We are getting off topic.
> Ed (Wearing his co-list owner hat.)
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