Congo: The Miserable Expeditions and Dreadful Death of Lt. Emory Taunt, USN
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Andrew C.A. Jampoler
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Jampoler has turned his attention this time to a young American naval officer on a mission up the Congo River in May Emory Taunt was ordered to explore as much of the river as possible and report on opportunities for Americans in the potentially rich African marketplace. A little more than five years later, Taunt, 39, was buried near the place he had first come ashore in Africa.
Readers join Taunt in his exploration of some miles of river and follow him on two additional assignments. But instead of becoming rich and famous, he died alone, bankrupt, and disgraced. Andrew C. Jampoler spent twenty-four years as a naval aviator before his retirement from the U. Navy in Foreign Service. Robert Moskin, Thomas Dunne Books,. American Statecraft. Foreign Service, one.
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