Slaver's Wheel A Green Beret's True Story of His CLASSIFIED MISSION in the Congo
List Price: $24.95
Publisher: L & R Publishing
Binding: Trade Paper
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 0.75" tall
The Congo, 1960. The United Nations grants the former colony independence from Belgium. Patrice Lumumba becomes prime minister. All hell breaks loose. This is the true, never-before-told story of a clandestine mission to rescue those suffering the violence and cruelty resulting from the Congo's hasty transition from colony to independent nation. Sully de Fontaine was there, in the midst of the action...and this is his story. A tale of brutality, tribal conflict and the heroes who rescued hundreds from certain death... and worse.
Born in Brussels, Belgium to French parents and trained in 1943 by the British Special Operations Executive and Special Air Service (British SAS), Sully has been awarded over 20 US and Foreign Decorations and has recently been inducted into the Special Forces Hall of Fame. Sully is a retired U.S. Army Colonel, lives with his in the Southwestern United States.
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