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Cold Front Passing Hokkaido

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    Max Blue (Author)
In January 1955 the U.S. Congress enacted the Formosa Resolution establishing an American commitment to defend Formosa (now Taiwan), the last shelter for the Republic of China and its leader Chiang Kai-shek. U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower promised to protect all territories in the West Pacific under the jurisdiction of the Republic of China against any threat. The lines were drawn and two million Chinese soldiers lined up to cross the Straits of Formosa and claim the island for the People's Republic. On the island of Okinawa, twenty-five US Air Force F-100D fighter/bombers sat poised for a retaliatory strike against mainland China. Their payload... twenty-five Hydrogen Bombs. Max Blue brings this lesser known threat of nuclear holocaust to light with an entertaining and enlightening work of historic fiction based on true events. Witness the years preceding this international showdown from both sides as east meets west and Lindsay Mae Sawyer, the pregnant wife of an Air Force officer and resident of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, finds her fate in this deadly conflict. She must convince Chinese Marshal Chu Teh that orders to attack Formosa will result in the deaths of millions of people along the Yellow River. 6.14 x 9.21 Trade soft cover - $17.50
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  • PDF | 336 pages
  • Max Blue (Author)
  • Strategic Book Publishing (24 April 2008)
  • English
  • 7
  • Fiction
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