Shoshana Johnson and M. L. Doyle
Adult Nonfiction DS79.764.U6 J64 2010
Summary: In March of 2003, Operation Iraqi Freedom was only days old when world headlines were rocked by the attack on a U.S. army convoy in Iraq. On March 23rd, during the early march to Baghdad, Shoshana Johnson was wounded in an ambush of her convoy in the city of an-Nasiriyah and taken as a prisoner of war. Several soldiers were killed and five others were taken prisoner. While Jessica Lynch became the face associated with the capture, Shoshana was held for several more weeks. After the headline-making ambush, capture, and rescue, Shoshana returned to the U.S., receiving numerous awards for her valor, including the Bronze Star Medal, Purple Heart Medal, and Prisoner of War Medal. In "I'm Still Standing" Shoshana writes for the first time about her experience as a prisoner of war, revealing emotions and frustrations that are personal as well as political.. As a speaker, Shoshana's warmth and poise have earned her admirers all over the world. "I'm Still Standing" reveals the true source of courage behind the story, the full story she couldn't share when she last appeared on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" and "Larry King Live" ..
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