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Escape from Sarir

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In 1979, The Libyan government contracted an American agricultural company to establish a potato and onion farm, four hundred miles south of Benghazi, in the Sahara. The political and economic tensions in the region were at an explosive level. Iran, a close neighbor and ally, had just overrun the United States Embassy in Tehran and taken fifty-two U.S. diplomats hostage. The Arab world saw Iran's show of strength as an ensign for the end of foreign tyranny, a symbol of hope for the new power in the Middle East. The distain and resentment for all things American escalated rapidly. It was at this time that Derek Thayne, an eighteen-year-old farm boy from a very small town in Oregon, accepted a contract work assignment in Libya. He had no previous international or even big city experience. He naively boarded a TWA jumbo jet for the Middle East and promptly found himself in the adventure of a lifetime. The story portrayed in this book is based on a series of actual events during... More > this turbulent time.< Less
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Product Details

ISBN
9781257546640
Edition
First Edition
Publisher
Derek Thayne Johnson
Published
March 16, 2013
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
1.7 MB

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