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The Iron Curtain

The American Chronicles, Book 6

by Robert Vaughan

Volume Six of Robert Vaughan's AMERICAN CHRONICLES begins with the emergence of a new America from the fiery furor of World War II, an America ready and eager to grasp the future. But the country cannot escape the shadows of the past horrors nor the obligation to the brave souls who fought for liberty and peace. As the defeated Germany faces her fate at Nuremberg and a Red scare makes its mark in every household, stories of courage, celebration, and the realization of destinies take place. Holocaust survivor Anna Gelbman heads off to Palestine to fight for a new homeland and to search for a daughter she hopes is still alive. Black pilot and war hero Travis Jackson's homecoming to Mississippi results in another battle, this time for equality. Award-winning war correspondent Shaylin McKay faces up to her devastating dread of love and loss after watching two men succumb to the terrors of war. Gifted Hollywood director Guy Colby, branded a Communist, sees his dreams fade as the witch-hunt continues.

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ABOUT Robert Vaughan

  • BIOGRAPHY

    Writing under his own name and 25 pen names, Robert Vaughan has authored over 200 books in every genre but Science Fiction. He won the 1977 Porgie Award (Best Paperback Original) for THE POWER AND THE PRIDE. In 1973 THE VALKYRIE MANDATE was nominated by its publisher, Simon & Schuster, for the Pulitzer Prize. Vaughan is a frequent speaker at seminars and at high schools and colleges. He has also hosted three television talk shows: EYEWITNESS MAGAZINE, on WAVY TV in Portsmouth, Virginia, TIDEWATER A.M., on WHBQ TV in Hampton, Virginia, and THIS WEEK IN BOOKS on the TEMPO Cable Television Network. In addition, he hosted a cooking show at Phoenix at Mid-day on KHPO TV in Phoenix, Arizona.

    Vaughan is a retired Army Warrant Officer (CW-3) with three tours in Vietnam where he was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal with the V for valor, the Bronze Star, the Distinguished Service Medal, and the Purple Heart. He was a helicopter pilot and a maintenance and supply officer. He was also an instructor and Chief of the Aviation Maintenance Officers' Course at Fort Eustis, Virginia. During his military career, Vaughan was a participant in many of the 20th century's most significant events. 

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