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by Beverly Parkhurst Moss

Author: Beverly Parkhurst Moss
Publisher: The P3 Press (2008)
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5000 Kilometer roadtrip Africa Egypt-Sudan Desert 1940 w/ car + Leica Photo Book.

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The Lost Boys of Sudan was the name given to a group of over 20,000 boys of the Nuer and Dinka ethnic groups. These boys were displaced or orphaned during the Second Sudanese Civil War (1987–2005) in which about 2 million were killed and others were severely affected. The name "Lost Boys of Sudan" was colloquially used by aid workers in the refugee camps where the boys resided in Africa

New Book on Lost Girls

New Book on Lost Girls. There has been a growing awareness of the lost boys of Sudan, but there is very little information about the lost girls. Soon to be released is Dark Exodus, The Lost Girls of Sudan by Beverly Parkhurst Moss chronicling the journey of fifteen survivors: Rebecca was just a toddler when the Janjaweed attacked her village in Sudan. While her home burned and her loved ones died, an older boy picked her up and ran. When he put her down, someone else picked her up and ran again. 50% of the proceeds of Dark Exodus go to a fund for the Lost Girls educations and to help them get their loved ones out of the refugee camps.

by Beverly Parkhurst Moss. The civil war which broke out in the early 1980s, left hundreds thousands of Sudanese Southerners dead. The disposed victims who survived often had to trek hundreds of mile to reach.

A collection of stories detailing the stuggle of sixteen women who survived the civil war in Sudan in the 1980s and made their way to Dallas, Texas. by Beverly Parkhurst Moss. Select Format: Paperback. Select Condition: Like New.

I hope the book will be widely distributed and will inspire us al. This true story of how a few intrepid Mossad agents began the rescue of Ethiopian Jewry from the refugee camps of Sudan, proves truth is stranger than fiction.

I hope the book will be widely distributed and will inspire us all. - -Meir Amit, former Director of the Mossad.

The book sheds light on American involvement in the latter stages of the operation, when the White House facilitated an airlift of Ethiopian Jews and the CIA station in Khartoum sheltered the last Mossad operatives, on the run from Libyan secret service agents, and spirited them out of Sudan.

The book sheds light on American involvement in the latter stages of the operation, when the White House facilitated an airlift of Ethiopian Jews and the CIA station in Khartoum sheltered the last Mossad operatives, on the run from Libyan secret service agents, and spirited them out of Sudan in special boxes labeled Diplomatic Mail. Enhanced by Gad Shimron’s wide-ranging historical observations and his crisp, incisive prose, this is at once an entertaining read and a powerful tale of idealistic heroism. Download from free file storage.

A collection of stories detailing the stuggle of sixteen women who survived the civil war in Sudan in the 1980s and made their way to Dallas, Texas.