P.O.W.: a definitive history of the American prisoner-of-war experience in Vietnam, 1964-1973

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Reader's Digest Press : distributed by Crowell, 1976 - History - 633 pages
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A personal narrative revealing the physical torture, psychological pain, futile escape attempts, and great endurance of American prisoners of war in Vietnam

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Review: POW: A Definitive History of the American Prisoner-Of-War Experience in Vietnam, 1964-1973

User Review  - Merchon - Goodreads

This book is one of the best written about the Vietnam War and the prisoners horror of a life. Be warned...it's not "fluffy and pretty". Read full review

Review: POW: A Definitive History of the American Prisoner-Of-War Experience in Vietnam, 1964-1973

User Review  - Emma Madriaga - Goodreads

Excellent!! Read this on in a military history class in college and i couldn't put it down. Very terrifying in the ordeals they went through, but eye opening. Read full review

Contents

The Old Timer
3
Finding Friends and Making Codes
35
Guarino Junior Birdmen and a Tough Guy from Canoe U
48
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