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American Ballads and Folk Songs (Dover Books on Music) by Alan Lomax, John A. Lomax

By Alan Lomax, John A. Lomax

Song and lyrics for over 2 hundred songs. John Henry, Goin' Home, Little Brown Jug, Alabama-Bound, Ten Thousand Miles from Home, Shack Bully Holler, Black Betty, The Hammer Song, Bad guy Ballad, Jesse JamesDown within the Valley, The undergo within the HillShortenin' Bread, The Ballad of Davy Crockett, and plenty of extra.

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16 Iraqi War College Study, pp. 104-105. ” 18 Iraqi War College Study, p. 101. The Battle of al-Khafji 19 Bruce R. S. Military Assistance to Saudi Arabia, 1942-1964” (unpublished Phd Dissertation, The Ohio State University, 2002). 20 Mohamed Heikal, Illusions of Triumph (New York: HarperCollins, 1992). 21 Anthony H. Cordesman, Saudi Arabia, (Boulder: Westview Press, 1997), p. ” 22 Cordesman, Saudi Arabia, p. 137; Palmer, “Gulf State”; Martin Stanton, Road to Baghdad (New York, Ballantine Books, 2003), hereafter Stanton, Road to Baghdad.

Although Coalition air power undoubtedly played a key role in the defeat of the Iraqi offensive, it was the bravery of the Saudi ground troops, with American advisors, who actually ejected the Iraqis from Saudi soil. AlKhai has entered Saudi military history as a great victory. For the Americans, al-Khai was won almost by accident. American forces proved so superior that it did not completely register that a major Iraqi offensive had occurred. S. S. fire, but that should not detract from their sacrifice, nor from the bravery of the Marines who survived the battle through luck and training.

38 LtCol Clifford O. Myers intvw by LtCol Charles H. Cureton, 8Mar91 (MCHC, Quantico, VA), hereafter Myers intvw, 8Mar91. 39 Khaled, Desert Warrior; Braden, pp. ” 40 Maj Steven M. S. Marines in the Persian Gulf, 1990-1991: Combat Service Support in Desert Shield and Desert Storm. S. Marine Corps, 1999), p. 108. 41 Molofsky intvw, 16Aug06. 42 Braden, “Khafji,” p. 8. 43 Leroy D. S. S. 122; LtCol Charles H. S. S. Marine Corps, 1993), pp. 26-28. 44 Iraqi War College Study, p. 97. , pp. 99-101. , p.

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