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The Forgotten Pirate Hunter
The True Account of American Librarian Ted Schweitzer Pursuit to Free Refuge at the End of Vietnam
Reagan Martin, Daniel Walker
Real heroes don't just fight with weapons-they fight with knowledge. At the end of the Vietnam War, Americans had left thousands of refugees to fend off evil for themselves. When trying to escape on small boats many were taken by pirates. Some were raped. Others tortured. Too many were senselessly murdered. Ted Schweitzer stood alone and fought back against the injustice. He rescued thousands of women and children from bondage. And then he too, like the people he rescued, was forgotten into obscurity. From fighting pirates to helping recover POWs, this book uncovers a story that should have never been left untold. This book uncovers a story that should have never been left untold.
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