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Assault on the Liberty: The True Story of the Israeli Attack on an American Intelligence Ship

Ennes, James M.

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ISBN 10: 0972311602 / ISBN 13: 9780972311601
Published by Random House, New York, 1979
Condition: Fine Soft cover
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Octavo in white wrappers; 299 pages, [8] leaves of plates: illustrations; 24 cm. In English. Signed by author on title page. Fine copy with very faintly bumped lower open corners of wrappers; o/w fine, like new copy with gift inscription on title page; also signed by author on title page; wrappers are clean; pages are clean, crisp, bright and free of marks and creases; edges of pages are clean; binding is tight and square. Bookseller Inventory # 85347

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Title: Assault on the Liberty: The True Story of ...

Publisher: Random House, New York

Publication Date: 1979

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Fine

Edition: First edition.

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In June, 1967, jet aircraft and motor torpedo boats of Israel brutally assaulted an American naval vessel, the USS Liberty, in international waters off the Sinai Peninsula in the Mediterranean Sea. Thirty-four men died and 172 were wounded. The author was an officer on the bridge when the attack started and subsequently spent many years researching and documenting this meticulous account of the attack and the cover-up that followed.

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I've never read a more graphic depiction of war at sea...an insider's book by an honest participant. -- Pulitzer Prize-winner Seymour Hersh

One of the finest accounts of combat at sea...the most important book you'll read this year. -- The Hartford Courant

The writing is first class. The relationships and conflicts of important shipboard personalities add suspense and human drama. -- Washington Post Book World

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