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Robinson Crusoe, USN (1945)

The Adventures of George R. Tweed Rm1c on Japanese-Held Guam


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Robinson Crusoe, USN (1945) by George R Tweed
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Had a lot of fun with this. Really recommend buying this. If you like the fantasy realm and being taken into another dimension then definitely buy this. It is truly a work of art. I have read it so many times now but still am not sick of it. Hope to see this series carry on strongly as I dearly enjoy it!


"In many ways this book is superior to the Robinson Crusoe we read as children. Tweed was confronted by greater dangers and greater difficulties. And his ingenuity was also greater: Electric lights, a radio, an elaborate alarm system, furniture, clothing, these were some of the things Tweed contrived during his 2 1/2 years of dangerous exile. Readers will marvel at the tenacity and will to live of a fellow man. . . . This is a book to read. It is also a book to own; your children and your grandchildren will want to read it some day." --Springfield Republican "Excellent." --Library Journal At the same time as the attack on Pearl Harbor, Japan captured American Guam. Given the choice of surrendering or being taken prisoner, George R. Tweed escaped into the countryside. Aided by Chamorro natives who risked their lives to keep him safe, Tweed survived for two and a half years until he was eventually rescued by the U.S. Navy.

Author Biography

GEORGE R. TWEED (1902-1989) retired as a navy lieutenant in 1948 and lived in Oregon.
Release date Australia
November 18th, 2010
Country of Publication
United States
2nd ed.
Illustrations, 1 map
Westholme Publishing, U.S.
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