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by Erika Holzer. Foreword by Col. George "Bud" Day Henry Mark Holzer

eBook Aid And Comfort: Jane Fonda in North Vietnam epub
  • ISBN: 0786427299
  • Author: Erika Holzer. Foreword by Col. George "Bud" Day Henry Mark Holzer
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Humanities
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers; 2nd edition (April 10, 2006)
  • Pages: 216 pages
  • ePUB size: 1197 kb
  • FB2 size 1502 kb
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Henry Mark Holzer is a professor emeritus at Brooklyn Law School. Erika Holzer is a lawyer, novelist and essayist.

Henry Mark Holzer is a professor emeritus at Brooklyn Law School. They live in Southern California. While some folks have decided to forgive and forget many more will never forget nor forgive. For those, this book will bring clarity to the many statements that are either false or misleading. I believe it is important to remind America and, especially, America's youth who should be learning history as it was.

Jane Fonda’s visit to Hanoi in July 1972 and her pro–North Vietnamese, anti–American conduct, especially her pose with an anti-aircraft gun used to shoot down American planes and her propaganda broadcasts directed toward American troops, angered many Americans. In their eyes, she was guilty of treason, but she was never charged by the American legal system.

'Aid and Comfort:' Jane Fonda in North Vietnam" by Henry Mark Holzer and Erika Holzer is a veritable sourcebook on treason. While the book is fairly short, it contains a great deal of documentation, including transcripts of Miss Fonda's propaganda broadcasts and other interviews, long passages from court decisions, and congressional testimony.

By Henry Mark Holzer and Erika Holzer. Jane Fonda’s visit to Hanoi in July 1972 and her pro–North Vietnamese, anti–American conduct, especially her pose with an anti-aircraft gun used to shoot down American planes and her propaganda broadcasts directed toward American troops, angered many Americans. This work investigates Fonda’s activities in North Vietnam and argues that she could have been indicted for treason, that there would have been enough evidence to take the case to a jury, that she could have been convicted, and that a conviction probably would have been upheld on appeal.

George Everette "Bud" Day (24 February 1925 – 27 July 2013) was a United States Air Force officer, aviator, and veteran of World War II, Korean War and Vietnam War. He was also a prisoner of war, and recipient of the Medal of Honor and Air. He was also a prisoner of war, and recipient of the Medal of Honor and Air Force Cross. As of 2016, he is the only person to be awarded both the Medal of Honor and Air Force Cross.

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Ted Sampley, Vietnam combat veteran, now deceased, wrote at length about McCain and Da. A fair comparison to McCain would be Jane Fonda Both are accused of helping North Vietnam, Fonda by being.

Ted Sampley, Vietnam combat veteran, now deceased, wrote at length about McCain and Day. Sampley’s article on Day’s Medal of Honor is extremely revealing. A fair comparison to McCain would be Jane Fonda. Both spent time in North Vietnam. Both are accused of helping North Vietnam, Fonda by being photographed and McCain by doing many propaganda broadcasts and helping the enemy plan attacks on American soldiers. Fonda returned to be reviled and spit on while McCain returned to the Senate, spending years helping North Vietnam keep Americans prisoner and amassing a huge fortune trading on heroism and sacrifice we are now told never happened.

Bud Day was there to protect all veterans after his retirement from the . This validates that Jane Fonda and John Kerry should be tried for treason. Colonel Bud Day went through some amazing things in his life and I wish I could have met him before his recent passing

Bud Day was there to protect all veterans after his retirement from the military. His most notable Very well written. Great reading for both military and non-military people. Thank God for people like Bud Day, John McCain and thousands of other military men and women. Colonel Bud Day went through some amazing things in his life and I wish I could have met him before his recent passing.

George "Bud" Day George "Bud" Day Sioux City Public Museum. Day MIA: Veteran Air Force pilot George. E. Bud Day, 42, a former Sioux City resident, has been listed missing in action in North Vietnam while flying a mission. No details were given. Maj. Day, a graduate of Central High School and Morningside College, left for Vietnam on Easter Sunday, 1967, according to his sister-in-law Mrs. Russell Powell, 2119 Bryant St. His wife, the former Doris Sorensen Day of Sioux City and their four children live in Phoenix

Think about the person who don't like reading through a book? Sometime, particular person feel need book once they found difficult problem or maybe exercise

Think about the person who don't like reading through a book? Sometime, particular person feel need book once they found difficult problem or maybe exercise. Well, probably you'll have this Jane Fonda in North Vietnam : Aid and Comfort. The publisher of this book.

Jane Fonda’s visit to Hanoi in July 1972 and her pro–North Vietnamese, anti–American conduct, especially her pose with an anti-aircraft gun used to shoot down American planes and her propaganda broadcasts directed toward American troops, angered many Americans. In their eyes, she was guilty of treason, but she was never charged by the American legal system. Instead, she has made millions, been the recipient of countless awards, and remained an honored American icon. This work investigates Fonda’s activities in North Vietnam and argues that she could have been indicted for treason, that there would have been enough evidence to take the case to a jury, that she could have been convicted, and that a conviction probably would have been upheld on appeal. It also considers Fonda’s early life and the effect it had on her behavior and beliefs in her later years, her audience of American POWs who were forced by the Vietnamese to listen to her broadcasts condemning them as war criminals, her arrival in Vietnam and how it was viewed by American servicemen and civilians, the crime of treason throughout history, and the only Congressional inquiry into her actions, which resulted in the government’s decision to take no legal action against her. Texts of Fonda’s radio broadcasts to American servicemen comprise the appendix.
Comments: (7)
Nalmetus
Everyone should read this book. It is well researched and debunks a great many urban legends about Jane Fonda. The Book sticks to the facts. In addition, beyond the egregious and treasonous actions of Ms Fonda, the reader will actually understand what constitutes a treasonous act. The word Treason is bandied about a great deal today but little have a true understanding what actually constitutes Treason. Finally, the authors are on line (C-Span) explaining elements of the book. I recommend watching this short video after reading the book.
Tamesya
The book confirmed my feelings about Fonda people were put away for less her actions were unforgivable just my opinion a lot of people evidently felt otherwise she walked
Carrot
There is so much stuff on the internet on Fonda that is just incorrect. The Holzers, Mark and Erica, have done the research and have written the facts on Fonda's traitorous acts along with other individuals who were harmful to America.

While some folks have decided to forgive and forget many more will never forget nor forgive. For those, this book will bring clarity to the many statements that are either false or misleading. I believe it is important to remind America and, especially, America's youth who should be learning history as it was. Again, "Aid and Comfort" does much to provide historical accuracy.
Linn
No matter your feelings about the Viet Nam conflict, it's hard to believe we still allow Americans to do what Ms. Fonda did and get away with it. She made a good point commenting about the rice patties and the dikes and dams and the fact Americans were not to attack these areas because it would have created a food problem and floods. But she failed to acknowledge the Viet Cong took advantage of the action of our military and set up their guns in the area they knew the military would not bomb. This book lays out the legal reasons why she should have been tried as a traitor by our government. The book also names many others who visited and provided the Viet Cong with wonderful propaganda. Sure the conflict had a lot of questions and perhaps our government made a bad decision but we could have demonstrated and made the point of our disagreement rather than sitting behind a gun and smiling. I also read her book and her thinking about Viet Nam and other things. She admitted to knowing she made a mistake sitting behind the gun and she had other excuses but with her so called celebrity status she could have easily organized the other celebrities who visited the Viet Cong and made a point with our government through demonstrations and other methods. God only knows the media failed to provide us with the facts just like they are failing to do at present. So over 50,000 Americans died and many were seriously wounded and I wonder what they think about her and her other celebrity friends? Visit The Wall in Washington DC and ask yourself how our country allowed her to do what she did and now enjoy peace, success and long life while they are in their graves or still suffering from their injuries.
Iaiastta
I would recommend this book to anyone old enough to remember the Vietnam War. I saw the photograph of Jane Fonda sitting on the VietCong gun with one of their helmet's on her head...and laughing. Even at the age I was at the time I knew that this
a grievous act against our country. We certainly knew that our soldiers were being held captive and being killed at their hands every day. WHY would she do this? I always wondered why....she still lives in this country, she raised her children in this country, she made her living in this country, and she is living out her 'golden' years in this country. To answer this question is why I bought this book and it answered the question and many more. Something I never knew was how many speeches she made and what she said. When you read this you will not understand why she was NOT held accountable for her treasonous behavior. I just don't understand. No, I guess I do understand but I don't like the answer. It's a must read but be prepared to be angry........very angry.
Visonima
I bought this for a friend who is a Vietnam Vet and hates Jane Fonda. So many things are sugarcoated now days and when one speaks of sins committed by people who are idolized, sometimes what that one says is minimalized. This give the vocal veteran proof for his disgust with Fonda.

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