Famed aviator Amelia Earhart & her navigator Fred Noonan were captured by the Japanese military after the Lockheed Elektra landed in the Marshalls. Ultimately, they were taken to Saipan where Noonan was beheaded, and where Amelia died of dysentary in “the Old Japanese Jail.” That story, told throughout the Pacific, plus eye witnesses and key site locations are included in this souvenir booklet.
Physical or Digital? Read this before you order ANY book!The Power of the Paperback!:
Digital books (pdfs/ebooks for Kindle/Nook e-readers) are convenient, but they do not have mass. They do not have the same power a physical book has to continuously transmit information via the senses of sight, touch, hearing (e.g., the sound of pages turning, and even smell). In other words, the paperback sitting on your shelf will continue to communicate and influence you even after you\'ve read it! (And, it's also much easier to share with others!)
"Amelia Earhart on Saipan" is not just a title. It's a reminder that there is another chapter to this famous story that you are now privy to; one that the majority of people--at least in the US mainland--are not being told.