Medal of Honor: Historical Facts & Figures

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Turner Publishing Company, 2004 - History - 248 pages
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This book takes offers a new perspective on the Medal of Honor, examining the historical facts and figures of its recipients. Provided within is a top-level view of this group in its entirety, taking a new perspective, as it analyzes and summarizes the historical facts in stunning detail.
  

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Contents

Preface
9
THE CIVIL WAR 18611865
24
NONCOMBAT ACTIONS 18651871
45
NONCOMBAT ACTIONS 18711898
59
CHINA RELIEF EXPEDITION BOXER REBELLION 1900
74
NONCOMBAT ACTIONS 18991910
77
ACTIONS AGAINST OUTLAWS PHILIPPINE ISLANDS 1911
80
MEXICAN CAMPAIGN VERACRUZ 1914
82
WORLD WAR II 19411945
110
AWARDS BY SPECIAL LEGISLATION
137
KOREAN WAR 19501953
139
VIETNAM WAR 19641975
146
SOMALIA 1993
159
The Melting Pot II
162
AsiaPacific American Recipients
169
Totals
175

HAITIAN CAMPAIGN 1915
86
NONCOMBAT ACTIONS 19151916
88
DOMINICAN CAMPAIGN 1916
90
WORLD WAR I 19171918
92
HAITIAN CAMPAIGN 19191920
99
SECOND NICARAGUAN CAMPAIGN 19261932
101
NONCOMBAT ACTIONS 19201940
103
UNKNOWN SOLDIERS
106
All Awards By Service Living and Posthumous
183
Name Errors
190
Medal Presentations
201
The Medal As A Path To Promotion
210
Most Recent Awards
230
AND LAST
238
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About the author (2004)

Ron Owens has multi-faceted ministries that include teaching, preaching, and music, and he was associate to Henry Blackaby in the Office of Prayer and Spiritual Awakening at the North American Mission Board. His previous books include Manley Beasley: Man of Faith, Instrument of Revival and Return to Worship.

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