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Fri Mar 21 17:08:13 2014 UTClccn-n878492820.00Hayes, Ira0.201.00The outsider and other stories /20478316Ira_Hayesn 878492822314418lccn-n78095328United StatesMarine Corpslccn-n80097583Powers, Ronlccn-nr99017305Beach, Adam1972-actlccn-no2007127443Lorenz, Robert(Robert B.)prolccn-n79148103Spielberg, Steven1946-prolccn-no98086629Dreamworks Pictureslccn-n85139066Broyles, WilliamJr1944-auslccn-no2002070026Pepper, Barry1970-actlccn-no99087138Phillippe, Ryan1974-actlccn-no98099041Bradford, JesseactHayes, Ira1923-1955DramaFilm adaptationsHistoryBiographyJuvenile worksFilm and video adaptationsLocal historyBibliographyJapanIwo Jima, Battle of (Japan : 1945)United States.--Marine CorpsHayes, Ira,United StatesUnited States.--NavyMarinesWorld War (1939-1945)Bradley, James,Bradley, John,Powers, RonEconomicsMilitary campaignsGagnon, Rene,Photographs--Psychological aspectsJapan--Iwo Jima (Volcano Islands)Flag raising and loweringWar photographyIndians of North AmericaPsychology, MilitaryPima IndiansSoldiersPhotographsTill, Emmett,Pacific AreaRosenthal, Joe,FictionArizonaPublic relationsMunicipal governmentIndian soldiersBirth controlOsborn, Sidney Preston,Arizona--ChandlerAlcoholicsFameMilitary participation--IndianWestern storiesPima Indians--Government relationsIndians of North America--Government relationsArizona--Gila River Indian ReservationWater rightsPhotographyIndiansPolitical scienceIndians, Treatment ofSex instructionFive Civilized TribesGovernorsSavings bonds19231955194519581959196119881998199920052006200720082009201026941625791.4372PN1997.219496ocn077122197visu20070.19Eastwood, ClintFlags of our fathersHistoryBiographyDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsThe story of the five Marines and one Navy corpsman that were forever immortalized as a symbol of WWII by raising the American flag at the battle of Iwo Jima. When Joe Rosenthal's photograph of the event becomes a symbol of hope for the families at home, the three surviving men are pulled from combat and sent on a tour across America to raise desperately-needed bond money. The trip brings out the truths of both that symbolic act, and their lives during war4962ocn062281414book20060.06Nelson, S. DQuiet hero : the Ira Hayes storyJuvenile worksBiography"A biography of Native American Ira Hayes, a shy, humble Pima Indian who fought in World War II as a Marine and was one of six soldiers to raise the U.S. flag on Iwo Jima, an event immortalized in Joe Rosenthal's famous photograph"--Provided by publisher+-+22795155162102ocn018290914book19880.56Hemingway, AlbertIra Hayes, Pima MarineBiographyFocuses in some detail on the 36-day struggle to capture the diminutive island of Iwo Jima. Contains photos141ocn006575774book19590.81Huie, William BradfordWolf whistle, and other stories101ocn225590805visu20070.29Chichioyatachi no seijōki Flags of our fathersDramaFilm adaptationsThe story of the five Marines and one Navy corpsman that were forever immortalized as a symbol of WWII by raising the American flag at the battle of Iwo Jima. When Joe Rosenthal's photograph of the event becomes a symbol of hope for the families at home, the three surviving men are pulled from combat and sent on a tour across America to raise desperately-needed bond money. It is a trip that brings out the truths of both that symbolic act, and of their lives during war32ocn064388744book19611.00Huie, William BradfordThe outsider and other stories32ocn698378689visu20050.96The outsiderDrama"Tony Curtis plays the role of U.S. Marine Ira Hayes (nicknamed "Chief" by the other Marines), who fights in WWII and helps to raise the flag at Iwo Jima. This film is based on Ira's true and tragic life."--Container11ocn052809058art19581.00Huie, William BradfordOur torture execution of Marine hero Ira Hayes11ocn053862075art1999Hayes, IraBiography11ocn042261967book19980.47Wenz, Karen LIra Hayes : his story and a detailed annotated bibliographyBiographyBibliography11ocn423390162visu19451.00To the shores of Iwo Jima"Documentary short film depicting the American assault on the Japanese-held island of Iwo Jima and the massive battle that raged on that key island in the Allied advance on Japan"--Internet movie database, as viewed on September 17, 2008. Includes footage of Harlon Block, John H. Bradley, Rene A. Gagnon, Ira H. Hayes, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, giving the Inevitable Triumph speech), Franklin Sousley, Mike Strank, and Admiral Richmond Kelly Turner11ocn423278986visu19611.00The outsiderDrama11ocn430077448visu20070.47La conquista del honor Flags of our fathersHistoryDramaA pesar de que la victoria en Europa estaba llegando, la Segunda Guerra Mundial en el Pacífico continuaba y una de las batallas más sangrientas fue la lucha por la Isla de Iwo Jima entre Estados Unidos y Japón. Una de las imágenes más celebres de la historia fue en la que 5 marines izan la bandera estadounidense en el Monte Suribachi. La película tratará de reconstruir la verdadera historia detrás de esa imagen11ocn085785383visu19451.00[Survivors of Iwo Jima flag raising at unveiling of statue in New York, May 11, 1945]Photograph shows three of the six marines who raised the American flag at Mt. Suribachi. Left to right are: Rene Gagnon, John H. Bradley, and Ira H. Hayes11ocn028416678mix1.00Loveless, J. LeeHistoryLocal historyCorrespondence; scrapbooks (1930) about Loveless's public and civic life; typescript of unpublished novel, Man of the West, written under Mrs. Loveless's pseudonym, Leland Lovelace; subject files and scrapbooks on Chandler history, Ira Hayes, the Pima Indian present at the flag raising after the Battle of Iwo Jima in 1945, and Governor Sidney Osborn; conservative political literature (1960s); and newspaper clippings, brochures, pamphlets, and books, on birth control and sex instruction11ocn036774728visu19581.00CommentsHistory"Dr. Albert E. Burke brings to the Connecticut and Massachusetts television audience the little-known facts behind the well-known headlines. Through the eyes and ears of this scholar, the true significance of developments around the world is presented in a weekly analysis which, the station says, has evoked tremendous public response."--1958 Peabody Digest. Burke uses the story of Pima Indian Ira Hayes, one of the six marines to raise the U.S. flag on Iwo Jima in WWII, to illustrate the U.S. government's treatment of Native Americans. He refers to an NBC program, "The American stranger," which had recently provoked widespread public outrage, and to a defensive response issued by the Department of the Interior. Burke says the program was accurate and cites examples of treaty-breaking on the part of the government, and of lawbreaking on the part of wealthy whites, whom he compares to the fictitious greedy rancher Elder Conklin, a character in a Frank Harris short story by the same name. He gives examples of Native American contributions to farming and medicine and says that Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson were inspired by the governmental structures of the Five United Indian Nations. Includes footage of the raising of the U.S. flag on Iwo Jima, the Pima reservation, and Coolidge Dam+-+6817589306Fri Mar 21 15:30:21 EDT 2014batch13091