Manifest Destiny: The Loves and Adventures of Peter Farley a Canadian in the Korean War

Manifest Destiny The Loves and Adventures of Peter Farley a Canadian in the Korean War Manifest Destiny is a novel that is based largely on events that took place during the Korean War in the early s Conflict romance mystery the stigma associated with mental illness and humorous

Manifest destiny The phrase manifest destiny is most often associated with the territorial expansion of the United States from to This era, from the end of the War of to the beginning of the American Civil War, has been called the age of manifest destiny During this time, the United States expanded to the Pacific Ocean from sea to shining sea largely defining the borders of the

  • Title: Manifest Destiny: The Loves and Adventures of Peter Farley a Canadian in the Korean War
  • Author: Michael Czuboka
  • ISBN: 9781460270097
  • Page: 114
  • Format: Paperback
  • Manifest Destiny is a novel that is based largely on events that took place during the Korean War in the early 1950 s Conflict, romance, mystery, the stigma associated with mental illness and humorous events take place The cultural characteristics of the era, and especially those of the small towns of Canada and home of the main protagonist, are portrayed The lives of tManifest Destiny is a novel that is based largely on events that took place during the Korean War in the early 1950 s Conflict, romance, mystery, the stigma associated with mental illness and humorous events take place The cultural characteristics of the era, and especially those of the small towns of Canada and home of the main protagonist, are portrayed The lives of the principal characters before, during and after the war are described Peter Farley, the main protagonist, becomes romantically involved with several women, and especially with an American nurse in Korea The Soviet Embassy in Ottawa recruits a Canadian communist fellow traveller to spy on Canadian Forces in Korea and his identity remains a mystery until near the end of the book Combat occurs against the Chinese and North Korean communist forces in Korea Peter Farley becomes a prisoner of war and returns to Canada to a difficult and uncertain future because his mind has been damaged by torture that he endured while in captivity.

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