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In the Presence of Mine Enemies: 1965–1973 – A Prisoner of War

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Country  United States
Publisher  Baker Publishing
Name  In Presence
Authors  Lyla White, Mel White
Language  English
Publication date  1973
Originally published  1973
Genres  Autobiography
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Media type  Print (hardcover and paperback)
Role  Book by Lyla White and Mel White
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In the Presence of Mine Enemies: 1965–1973 – A Prisoner of War is a memoir by American pilot Howard E. Rutledge, co-written with his wife and Mel and Lyla White, of his time in a Vietnamese POW camp during the Vietnam War. When it was published it was the first book-length firsthand treatment of the experiences of American prisoners of war in Vietnam. It was made into a documentary in the same year. After the war, Rutledge was head of the University of Oklahoma's department of naval science and twice ran unsuccessfully for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives from Oklahoma's 4th congressional district. He died of cancer in Norman, Oklahoma in 1984.

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