SHIP WITHOUT A COUNTRY - VICTOR THORN & MARK GLENN
USS Liberty Survivors Talk About June 8, 1967
Ship Without a Country—Eyewitness Accounts of the USS Liberty Attack
When one considers that thousands of books, articles, essays, documentaries, and blockbuster films have been made concerning pivotal events in history such as Pearl Harbor and the assassination of JFK; at the same time we need to ask: why has no such attention towards the attack on the USS Liberty (June 8, 1967) taken place? After all, had the ship been sunk as planned, it would have kicked off a monumental (possibly nuclear) exchange between the US and USSR.
The reason for this silence over the Liberty attack is simple. It didn't go off as planned, meaning the ship was not sunk. More importantly, the entity responsible for this attack was the most sacred of all sacred cows—Israel. Moreover, any rational person that spent even five minutes considering the facts of this event would walk away concluding that it was a deliberate act of war against the United States. In this book, readers will come into contact with many of these facts—disturbing items that have been kept deliberately, some might even say fanatically hidden, for nearly half a century. They paint the ultimate picture of set-up, betrayal, and cover-up; both by Israel and elements within the US government of an event that, had it gone as planned, would have irrevocably changed life as the world knows it. Victor Thorn & Mark Glenn team-up to deliver an array of overviews which come directly from the survivors of Israel's deliberate attack on the USS Liberty in 1967 during the Six Day War. Also includes an introduction from Michael Collins Piper.