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Release Date:December 1998. Publisher:Oliphint Publishing.
A Youth at War book by John H. Oliphint. Release Date:December 1998.
A Youth at War. ISBN 13: 9780966929409. A Youth at War. John H.
Author of 'Mad Rebel. Belly Landing due to Engine Southaven Centre Moritches Flight Strip, NY Failure Cat 4 Lt John H Oliphint, 10-Jun-43. P-47D 42-8158 - 369FS 359FG. 57 Patriot Ave, Chicopee, MA 01022, USA. 23 September 1943. Forced Landing due to Engine Failure Westover Field, MA Cat 3 damage Lt John H Oliphint, 23-Sep-43. P-47B 41-6026 - 369FS 359FG.
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Rebel Youth (Jeunesse militante) is the bilingual magazine of the Young Communist League of Canada (YCL), published beginning in the late 1980s and relaunched in 2005. The name Rebel Youth is derived from Cuba's youth newspaper, Juventud Rebelde.
John H. Oliphint II enlisted in the Army Air Force right after the attack on Pearl Harbor. I called and spoke to now Major John Oliphint II, USAF Retired, after I read his book The Mad Rebel, A Youth at War. Sadly, his health prevented a long conversation. He was 20 years old when the invasion of Normandy started on 6 June 1944. Prior to 8 June 1944, when he was shot down in German occupied France, he had already flown over 60 combat missions and destroyed two German aircraft. His wife advised me that the writing of the book was a catharsis for Oliphint. The Army did not let him tell his story in 1944, so he finally put it down in a book in 1988.
A magazine with socialist perspective on youth movement militarism, and tax breaks for the wealthy
A magazine with socialist perspective on youth movement . militarism, and tax breaks for the wealthy. On top of that, these initiatives are funded by our interest payments. We aren’t going to change this through individual acts of resistance, or by leaving the country to avoid debt repayment.