Almost Sunk by Treason on the High Seas
By Phillip F. Nelson
One of the most explosive and hidden secrets in U.S. history – one that has never been previously told, Remember the Liberty explores how a sitting U.S. president collaborated with Israeli leaders in the fomentation of a war between them and their Arab neighbors. A war that would ensure a victory for Israel, and include the acquisition of additional land.
This book will finally identify the real cause of the vicious attack on a U.S. Naval ship. After the botched plan was executed, the ship refused to sink even after being hit by a torpedo, leading the attack to be cancelled and a massive cover-up invoked. Including severe threats for the crewmembers to "keep their lips sealed." That cover-up is barely still in place, and completely exposed. Written largely by the survivors themselves, the truth is finally being told with the real story revealed.
Phillip Nelson grew up in Indiana and studied at the University of Wisconsin, and served in the Peace Corps in Brazil. He began researching the JFK assassination intensely in 2003, and published his first book, LBJ: The Mastermind of the JFK Assassination in 2010, followed by LBJ: From Mastermind to The Colossus in 2014.
Co-Authors, USS Liberty survivors: Phillip Tourney, author of What I Saw That Day; Ronald Kukal was the senior enlisted man on the crew; Ernest Gallo worked as a Second Class Communications Technician, responsible for maintaining cryptographic hardware associated with the mission.
480 PAGES, 6 X 9
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PUBLICATION DATE: JANUARY 2017
TRINE DAY (JAN 2017)