Jack DeBar Smitrh

THE
ICONOCLAST
GOES TO SEA

DILEMMA IN BLUES

A true diary of old discovered notes made aboard the USS Antietam during  WW II, highlighting an enlisted man's experiences, sometimes hilarious and sometimes very serious about navy schools from boot camp to Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Brooklyn navy yard, Atlantic City, Norfolk, VA. and 13 months sea duty in Atlantic and Pacific through end of WW II.


THE ICONOCLAST GOES TO SEA
ISBN # 0-8059-4312-9

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dedicated to all service personnel in all branches who have and are serving our great nation-- usa
and to the shipmates and  “plank owners” of the mighty Antietam CV-36

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An iconoclast is a person who is literally a breaker of images, or one who assails the 
cherished customs of old, established, traditional beliefs; a fault finder, cynic and critic.

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Although this is a fictional story about one of the greatest inventive minds from the late 19th and 20th Century, it reveals possibilities still to be realized and developed from Tesla's 112 patents. The idea is introduced into the lives of some very special dedicated individuals determined to overcome gravity. They want to achieve success without any outside financing. Unfortunately, they become entwined with foreign spies, lies, and intrigue, romance, and adventure. The principals meet their own kind and work tenaciously to achieve their goal by many hundreds of experiments, taking them from Colorado, New York, Finland, Siberia, England, The Isle of Man, and settling in special areas of New Mexico. The Illimitables open up new industries and make American military unchallenged. Such developments created new industries and gainful employment for thousands around the world. This story is wrapped around the lives of individuals making such things reality.

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Discover more about Nikola Tesla
Erased at the Smithsonian

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Nikola Tesla (1856-1943) was one of the most fascinating scientists of the 20th century. He invented, developed or imagined the technology that brought us electricity, remote control, neon and fluorescent lighting, radio transmission and much more…all the basic inventions that now connect the world with power and information.

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