Camp O'Donnell - Factbites
 Factbites
 Where results make sense
About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   PR   |   Contact us  

Topic: Camp O'Donnell


    Note: these results are not from the primary (high quality) database.


  
 R.E. Lee Camp #726
Turning to Camp business, two new members, compatriots Todd Lewis and Raymund Nolan, were sworn in at last night by Camp Adjutant Nicholas Donnell Ward, Esq., with Chaplain Edgar administering the oath.
Speaking at this month's meeting was camp member David P. Bridges, an author and historian, who shared from his upcoming publication, "Fighting with JEB Stuart: Major James Breathed and the Confederate Horse Artillery." It is the first such book to chronicle the life of this intrepid Southron hero.
In addition, Camp Commander Vern McHargue presented former commander John Lumsden with a Past Commander's Medal in recognition of his service to the camp.
www.leecamp.org /home/print.php?sid=12   (314 words)

  
 DAN RILE TREK-0-REE
Camp Sites 32 through 37 have been reserved for tent camping for our District Trek-oRee.
Aniico, John Callahan, Jane Chebetar, Richard Colety, Charles DesChamps, William Lichti, Leo Marks, James O'Donnell, Anthony Paterno, Richard Schraudner
When Dan had fallen gravely ill, a scouter asked him if the Tappan Zee District could dedicate their annual fall hiking event to him.
members.aol.com /ryetroop2/DRInfo.htm   (996 words)

  
 Re: OT - A TRUE American Hero !!!
He was assigned to 1st Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, II Marine Expeditionary Force, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C. Lance Cpl. Charles A. Hanson Jr., 22, of Panacea, Fla., died as a result of enemy action in Babil Province, Iraq.
He was assigned to 1st Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, II Marine Expeditionary Force, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C. Cpl. Gentian Marku, 22, of Warren, Mich., died as a result of enemy action in Al Anbar Province, Iraq.
He was assigned to the Marine Corps Reserve's 6th Communications Battalion, 4th Force Service Support Group, Brooklyn, N.Y. Lance Cpl. Shane K. O'Donnell, 24, of DeForest, Wisc., died as a result of enemy action in Babil Province, Iraq.
www.talkaboutgovernment.com /group/alt.politics/messages/2214546.html   (22229 words)

  
 Strike warriors assist with disaster relief
From left are, AMAN James Woods, AME2 Cory W. Casper, AMEAN Jonathan P. Montgomery, AO2 Edward T. ODonnell, AE1(AW) William F. Quinn, AMEAN Steven R. Holzhauser, AM3 Brian M. Martins and AE2 Shane Olsen.
Another group worked at camp unity at the crash site, supported the disaster relief efforts and support for the relief workers.
Above are members of the three groups of Strike Sailors that assisted with the Pentagon family assistance center at Crystal City and assisted with the escort duties of over 2,300 grieving family members to the Pentagon for the president's address at the Pentagon presidential memorial ceremony.
www.dcmilitary.com /navy/tester/6_43/local_news/13404-1.html   (237 words)

  
 Advocates for Self-Government - Libertarian Education
It has mocked the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, anti-smoking activists, the War On Drugs, government-mandated diversity (when the children shun a nasty gay teacher, they are sent to the "Death Camp of Tolerance"), public school sex education, and nature-worshipping environmentalists.
It also tees off mercilessly on left-wing celebrities like Jesse Jackson, Rosie O'Donnell, Michael Moore, and Rob Reiner.
The show features cartoon fourth-graders who live in a fictional town in the Rocky Mountains, curse constantly, and battle menaces like anal-probing aliens and a Godzilla-size Barbara Streisand.
www.theadvocates.org /celebrities/trey-parker.html   (708 words)

  
 Bataan, Corregidor, and the Death March: In Retrospect
After two weeks of the famous Japanese "sun treatment" for prisoners, in the sun-baked areas of Corregidor, these troops were taken across Manila Bay to Manila and then by train to Prison camp Cabanatuan, Cabanatuan, P.I. The men were in that camp when the Bataan survivors arrived from Camp O'Donnell in June 1942.
During the first nine months of Cabanatuan's existence, when the vast majority of the camp's 3,000 American deaths occurred, most of the deaths were men of Bataan, still suffering from the effects of Bataan, the Death March, and Camp O'Donnell.
The myth concerning who was on the Bataan Death March must be dispelled." Gordon was a defender of Bataan, a survivor of the Death March, Camps O'Donnell, and Cabanatuan.
home.pacbell.net /fbaldie/In_Retrospect.html   (3008 words)

  
 Central Kitsap Church of Christ, Remember Page
He was assigned to 1st Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, II Marine Expeditionary Force, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C. Cpl. Gentian Marku, 22, of Warren, Mich., died as a result of enemy action in Al Anbar Province, Iraq.
He was assigned 1st Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, II Marine Expeditionary Force, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C. Sgt. Rafael Peralta, 25, of San Diego, Calif., died as result of enemy action in Al Anbar Province, Iraq.
He was assigned 1st Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, II Marine Expeditionary Force, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C. Lance Cpl. Bradley L. Parker, 19, of Marion, W.V., died as result of enemy action in Al Anbar Province, Iraq.
www.ckchurchofchrist.org /remembered/remember.htm   (18170 words)

  
 The Complete Modesty Blaise Dossier - Introduction
Modesty Blaise, directed by Joseph Losey and starring Italian actress Monica Vitti, is today considered to be somewhat of a camp classic.
In 1962, O'Donnell was asked by the strip cartoon editor of Beaverbrook Newspapers to develop a new character, and Modesty Blaise was born.
Finally, I have included some links to other sites of interest: other Modesty Blaise sites, where to look for out-of-print books by O'Donnell (or anyone else), and so on.
www3.sympatico.ca /jim.pattison/modesty/mbintro.htm   (1566 words)

  
 Remembering the Bataan Death March
Major Richard M. Gordon, U.S. Army (ret.), was a defender of Bataan and is a survivor of the Death March, Camp O'Donnell, Camp Cabanatuan and three years' captivity in Mitsushima, Japan.
About 3,000 more Americans would die there, mostly from the lingering effects of the fighting on Bataan, the Death March and Camp O'Donnell.
As the founder of a group known as the "Battling Bastards of Bataan," whose motto is "In Pursuit of Truth," Gordon has worked hard to dispel some of the myths surrounding the infamous Death March.
www.thehistorynet.com /mh/blbataandeathmarch   (1681 words)

  
 Remembering the Bataan Death March
Major Richard M. Gordon, U.S. Army (ret.), was a defender of Bataan and is a survivor of the Death March, Camp O'Donnell, Camp Cabanatuan and three years' captivity in Mitsushima, Japan.
About 3,000 more Americans would die there, mostly from the lingering effects of the fighting on Bataan, the Death March and Camp O'Donnell.
As the founder of a group known as the "Battling Bastards of Bataan," whose motto is "In Pursuit of Truth," Gordon has worked hard to dispel some of the myths surrounding the infamous Death March.
www.thehistorynet.com /mh/blbataandeathmarch   (1681 words)

  
 U.S. Embassy Manila
FAME plans to restore the “kilometer” markers from Mariveles to Balanga; from Bagac to Balanga and onwards to San Fernando; and then from Capas to the site of Camp O'Donnell in Tarlac.
April 7 - Capas National Shrine Ceremony (Camp O'Donnell, the prisoner of war camp and the end of the Death March) with the Defenders of Bataan and Corregidor and the Battling Bastards of Bataan.
Survivors of the Battle of Bataan (around 10,000 Americans and 65,000 Filipinos) were forced to walk in blazing April heat from Mariveles and Bagac, Bataan to San Femando, Pampanga (approximately 100 kilometers) in what has become known as the Bataan Death March.
usembassy.state.gov /manila/wwwhbata.html   (1681 words)

  
 Bataan Death March - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
After the surrender of Japan in 1945, Homma was convicted by an Allied commission of war crimes, including the atrocities of the death march out of Bataan, and the atrocities at Camp O'Donnell and Cabanatuan that followed, and executed on April 3, 1946 outside Manila.
Captives were forced to march, beginning the next day, about 100 kilometers north to Nueva Ecija to Camp O'Donnell, a prison camp.
Several of the few remaining Bataan prisoners await the competitors to congratulate them on their success of the grueling march, however the real thanks comes from the participants to those who actually endured the actual march and encampment at Cabanatuan.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bataan_Death_March   (781 words)

  
 U.S. Embassy Manila
April 7 - Capas National Shrine Ceremony (Camp O'Donnell, the prisoner of war camp and the end of the Death March) with the Defenders of Bataan and Corregidor and the Battling Bastards of Bataan.
FAME plans to restore the “kilometer” markers from Mariveles to Balanga; from Bagac to Balanga and onwards to San Fernando; and then from Capas to the site of Camp O'Donnell in Tarlac.
Over the years, the markers have not been maintained properly.
usembassy.state.gov /manila/wwwhbata.html   (565 words)

  
 Bataan Death March
Approximately 70,000 U.S. and Filipino soldiers, commanded by U.S. Major General Edward P. King, formally surrendered to the Japanese, under General Homma, on April 9, 1942 and were forced to march, beginning the following day, about 100 kilometers north to Nueva Ecija to Camp O'Donnell, a prison camp.
After the surrender of the Japanese, the Japanese commander of the march, Masaharu Homma, was convicted by a U.S. military commission of war crimes, including the atrocities of the death march out of Bataan, and the atrocities at O'Donnell and Cabanatuan that followed, and executed on April 3, 1946 outside Manila.
On June 6, 1942 the Filipino soldiers were granted amnesty and released, while the American prisoners were moved to another camp at Cabanatuan.
ukpedia.com /b/bataan-death-march.html   (304 words)

  
 Andersonville National Historic Site - News
Located in the National Prisoner of War Museum, the O'Donnell Cross or Sack of Cement Cross was constructed by American POWs held at Camp O'Donnell in the Phillipines during World War II.
The only soldier tried, convicted and executed following the Civil War, the Swiss born Confederate officer was made to pay for the horrors of Andersonville (Camp Sumter).
The 22 monuments that were primarily erected by northern states to honor those who died at Camp Sumter speak volumes about the story of Andersonville.
www.nps.gov /ande/pphtml/newsdetail3635.html   (667 words)

  
 Barry R. Levin Science Fiction & Fantasy Literature Rare Science Fiction First Editions
(This was A. Donnell’s number for Fantasy Press books, being the art director and also part owner.) Inscribed on the limitation page, "To A. Donnell, whose vignettes set a new standard in space-art — P. Schuyler Miller/L. Sprague de Camp." Signed by A. Donnell, "Sincerely A. Donnell," on copyright page.
Rarely are cover paintings of this importance from a golden age science fiction and fantasy specialty press offered for sale to the public.
Some dust soiling of dust jacket with fading to spine, 1/4" tear in front of dust jacket, one tip of dust jacket and book very slightly bumped, very slight edge wear to dust jacket, dust soiling to top edge of book, slight roughening to bottoms of some pages, otherwise near fine in dust jacket.
www.raresf.com /bcat2.html   (7010 words)

  
 Bataan Death March photos and text related to The Edge by First Lieutenant George Francis, USMC, Retired
The majority of the prisoners of war were immediately subjected to robbery of their most trivial keepsakes and belongings, to personal indignities to their bodies, and subsequently to a grueling 90-mile enforced march in deep dust, over vehicle-broken macadam roads, and crammed into sub-standard rail cars to captivity in the now infamous Camp ODonnell.
Again, they straggled into a semblance of military order, to march the remaining six kilometers to Camp ODonnell.
Additional thousands died in this and in equally disreputable prison camps, the direct result of maltreatment on the Death March.
www.fourthmarinesband.com /march.htm   (2123 words)

  
 Clark Air Base (CAB) Home Pages
Even though we're the Clark AB Pages, we also welcome anyone who was at Clark Field, Fort Stotsenburg, Camp John Hay, Camp O'Donnell, Camp Wallace, Nichol's Field, Fort William McKinley, Port of Manila or any other U.S. Army or Air Force installation in the Philippines.
Given that most former residents may never visit Clark or see their friends again, the need for this page is obvious.
Clark's rough start in the 19th century gave way to warm friendship between the Filipino and American military.
www.whoa.org /clarkafb/index.htm   (371 words)

  
 Clark Air Base (CAB) Home Pages
Even though we're the Clark AB Pages, we also welcome anyone who was at Clark Field, Fort Stotsenburg, Camp John Hay, Camp O'Donnell, Camp Wallace, Nichol's Field, Fort William McKinley, Port of Manila or any other U.S. Army or Air Force installation in the Philippines.
Given that most former residents may never visit Clark or see their friends again, the need for this page is obvious.
Clark's rough start in the 19th century gave way to warm friendship between the Filipino and American military.
www.whoa.org /clarkafb   (371 words)

  
 Publisher Listing
None Skylark of Valeron [$3.00, hc, 252pp, cvr: A. Donnell] Edward E. Smith None Seven out of Time [$3.00, hc, 240pp, cvr: unknown] Arthur Leo Zagat None The Incredible Planet [hc] John W. Campbell, Jr.
Sprague de Camp None Skylark Three [$3.00, hc, 256pp, cvr: A. Donnell] Edward E. Smith None Sinister Barrier [$3.00, hc, 253pp, cvr: A. Donnell] Eric Frank Russell None The Black Flame [$3.00, hc, 240pp, cvr: unknown] Stanley G. Weinbaum 1949
Fantasy Press: Fantasy Press was based in Reading Pennsylvania; another Fantasy Press was publishing books at the same time in Oxford, England (poetry).
isfdb.tamu.edu /fantasyp.html   (426 words)

  
 Publisher Listing
Sprague de Camp None Skylark Three [$3.00, hc, 256pp, cvr: A. Donnell] Edward E. Smith None Sinister Barrier [$3.00, hc, 253pp, cvr: A. Donnell] Eric Frank Russell None The Black Flame [$3.00, hc, 240pp, cvr: unknown] Stanley G. Weinbaum 1949
None The Forbidden Garden [$3.00, hc, 278pp, cvr: A. Donnell] Eric Temple Bell 1948
None The Crystal Horde [$3.00, hc, 254pp, cvr: unknown] Eric Temple Bell (as John Taine) None The Legion of Time [$3.00, hc, 252pp, cvr: unknown] Jack Williamson None The Red Peri [$3.00, hc, 270pp, cvr: John T. Brooks] Stanley G. Weinbaum None The Titan [$3.00, hc, 252pp, cvr: unknown] P.
isfdb.tamu.edu /fantasyp.html   (426 words)

  
 BATAAN DEATH MARCH
April 9, 1942, the infamous "Death March" 6 days, 90 miles, began at the Mariveles terminating at Camp O'Donnell and later moved to Camp Cabanatuan.
Death March ended after 6 days, where the P.O.W's boarded a train to the Death Camp.
The main stage of the Death March was set at Mariveles, at the southern tip of Bataan Peninsula.
ghostofbataan.com /bataan/page3.html   (332 words)

  
 WHMC-Columbia--Donnell, Forrest C. (1884-1980), Papers, 1941-1945 (C194)--INVENTORY
In 1941 Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri, conferred upon him the honorary degree of LL.D. Donnell was admitted to the bar in 1907 and practiced law in St. Louis at various law firms.
Establishment of an internment camp for enemy aliens somewhere in Missouri.
The Forrest C. Donnell Papers were donated to the University of Missouri by Donnell on 5 January 1945 (Accession No. 191).
www.umsystem.edu /whmc/invent/0194.html   (5318 words)

  
 Swords of Shahrazar review
In fact, the story is very similar to the scene in "The Treasures of Tartary" where Kirby O'Donnell hides in the Shining Palace and spies on a meeting where plans of empire are also being discussed.
"The Treasures of Tartary" finds Kirby O'Donnell, disguised as Ali el Ghazi, sneaking about the forbidden city of Shahrazar in quest of the treasure of Khuwarezm, a fabulous hoard hidden by Muhammad Shah, king of Khuwarezm, when his empire fell to the Mongols.
But, once in the palace, O'Donnell discovers there are other parties interested in the treasure, specifically European parties whose plans involve financing the overthrow of British rule in India...
www.pulpanddagger.com /conan/swords.html   (2322 words)

  
 BATAAN DEATH MARCH
April 9, 1942, the infamous "Death March" 6 days, 90 miles, began at the Mariveles terminating at Camp O'Donnell and later moved to Camp Cabanatuan.
Death March ended after 6 days, where the P.O.W's boarded a train to the Death Camp.
The main stage of the Death March was set at Mariveles, at the southern tip of Bataan Peninsula.
ghostofbataan.com /bataan/page3.html   (332 words)

  
 Trojan warrior plans last ride after many seasons
O'Donnell or one of his aides takes the horse to band camp and team practices before each season.
O'Donnell guides Traveler down the USC sideline, thrusts his sword skyward, and within seconds -- via "a magical beam of light," according to school lore -- a flame appears in the Olympic torch atop the east end of the Coliseum.
O'Donnell, 40 years old, is better known as the Trojan warrior atop the USC mascot.
www.post-gazette.com /pg/05362/628981.stm   (1109 words)

  
 Concord Cumberland Presbyterian Church-New Market, Madison County, Alabama
Records show that the first Camp Meetings held in the North Alabama area were conducted at the Hunt's Spring in Huntsville in 1809 by Robert Donnell.
In September 1859 while at a Camp Meeting at Concord he had one of his bad spells that lasted a week or so.
It is believed that the Concord site is the site listed as the "Hazel Green area" since it has been a handed down fact all these years that it was a camp ground long before a church was built.
www.cumberland.org /HFCPC/Churches/ConcorAL.htm   (1186 words)

  
 Clark Air Base (CAB) Home Pages
Even though we're the Clark AB Pages, we also welcome anyone who was at Clark Field, Fort Stotsenburg, Camp John Hay, Camp O'Donnell, Camp Wallace, Nichol's Field, Fort William McKinley, Port of Manila or any other U.S. Army or Air Force installation in the Philippines.
Given that most former residents may never visit Clark or see their friends again, the need for this page is obvious.
Clark's rough start in the 19th century gave way to warm friendship between the Filipino and American military.
www.clarkab.org   (371 words)

  
 Clark Air Base (CAB) Home Pages
Even though we're the Clark AB Pages, we also welcome anyone who was at Clark Field, Fort Stotsenburg, Camp John Hay, Camp O'Donnell, Camp Wallace, Nichol's Field, Fort William McKinley, Port of Manila or any other U.S. Army or Air Force installation in the Philippines.
Given that most former residents may never visit Clark or see their friends again, the need for this page is obvious.
Clark's rough start in the 19th century gave way to warm friendship between the Filipino and American military.
www.clarkab.org   (371 words)

  
 Clark Air Base (CAB) Home Pages
Even though we're the Clark AB Pages, we also welcome anyone who was at Clark Field, Fort Stotsenburg, Camp John Hay, Camp O'Donnell, Camp Wallace, Nichol's Field, Fort William McKinley, Port of Manila or any other U.S. Army or Air Force installation in the Philippines.
Clark's rough start in the 19th century gave way to warm friendship between the Filipino and American military.
Feel free to leaf through older posts on the Clark bulletin board and the WHOA bulletin board.
www.clarkab.org   (371 words)

Try your search on: Qwika (all wikis)

Factbites
  About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   Press   |   Contact us  
Copyright © 2005-2007 www.factbites.com Usage implies agreement with terms.