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Lost in Shangri-La: A True Story of Survival, Adventure, and the Most Incredible Rescue Mission of World War II Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 10-12 Summary

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Chapters 10-12 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 10. Earl Walter, Junior and Senior. As word spread at Fee-Ask that survivors had been spotted, one man became a part of a group attempting to find a way to rescue the survivors. This man had been a teacher at a military academy in Los Angeles and one of his students was Earl Walter, Jr. Earl Walter Senior was an executive with a lumber company based in the Philippines. Earl Jr. grew up in the Philippines with his father after the death of his mother and later with a stepmother. When Earl Jr. was fourteen, his father became concerned about his education and sent him to the states to live with his step-grandmother. In time, Earl Jr. found himself at a military school in Los Angeles.

Earl Jr. was a difficult student who rarely went to class and eventually was suspended. Sometime later...

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