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I'm still standing : from captive U.S. soldier to free citizen-- my journey home
Shoshana Johnson and M. L. Doyle
Adult Nonfiction DS79.764.U6 J64 2010

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Jennifer L. said:
It’s hard for most of us to imagine what it would be like to be a prisoner in a foreign country and suffering severe pain. Johnson gained national attention as America’s first black female POW. She was a cook in the 507th maintenance Company Convoy ambushed on March 23,2003 in Nasiriyah,Iraq and captured with 5 other soldiers including Jessica Lynch. Johnson’s story is inspiring because thoughout her captivity she & her fellow prisoners showed a great amount of courage.
posted Dec 26, 2010 at 3:24PM
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