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Symbolism, Setting, and Objects from Lost in Shangri-La: A True Story of Survival, Adventure, and the Most Incredible Rescue Mission of World War II

Mitchell Zuckoff
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Object Descriptions

This section provides a short description of all the major objects in the book. This can be printed out as a study guide for students, used as a "key" for leading a class discussion, or you can jump to the quiz/homework section to find worksheets that incorporate these descriptions into a variety of question formats.

Objects

Pocket Knife - This item was always carried by McCollom.

K-rations - These were freeze-dried packs that could be carried easily on missions or maneuvers.

Charms - These were made of sugar and corn syrup and were in the tail section of the plane.

Parachutes - These were used to help transport supply crates and were also used to safely reach the ground, but the natives thought these were used to lower spirits onto the ground.

Gliders - These were motorless and made of lightweight material; one was nickname the Fearless...

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