The Misadventurous Memoirs of Mr. International

The Misadventurous Memoirs of Mr. International

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Hi, my name is Malcolm Murray, and welcome to the inside of my mind. Do not be scared of floating film streams around you. Floating around you are the funny memories of when I was a teen to when I was 27 years old More info →
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My Sea Stories: The Turbulent Years of the 50’s – The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

My Sea Stories: The Turbulent Years of the 50’s – The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

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This is the story of the Filipinos who were recruited into the United States Navy in the 1950s as the Korean War was on its height. The loyalty of the Filipino people during the Second World War and the Korean War was proven by their true allegiance, by giving their blood and guts to preserve the freedom and liberty of these two countries. Remember - the Corregidor Island and the Famous Bataan Death March? Hundreds of American Servicemen and Filipinos patriots died and buried in Fort Bonifacio during the Second World War. The people of the Philippines considered these places as a memorial and sacred ground in honor of the men who died to protect these two countries - the Philippines and the United States of America. More info →
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Once A Spy, Always A Spy: “SPIES AND DIMWITTED POLITICIANS” BOOK 2

Once A Spy, Always A Spy: “SPIES AND DIMWITTED POLITICIANS” BOOK 2

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General William Donovan was the head of America's first centralized intelligence organization, Office of Strategic Services (OSS). J Edgar Hoover, the director of the FBI, was jealous of the amount of power that Donovan held as director of the OSS and worried that Donovan would try to usurp the power that he exercised as director of the FBI. Hoover, knowing that President Truman didn't like Donovan, used that as an opportunity to lobby Truman to abolish the OSS. When WW2 ended, President Truman, following Hoover's advice, did just that and disbanded the OSS. More info →
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