The Endless Hours: My Two and a Half Years as a Prisoner of the Communist Chinese
The personal experiences of a USAAF pilot, who was shot down over North Korea in January 1953, and was subsequently imprisoned for two and a half years.
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American Antung asked began blood chit Blue Room bread breakfast brought bucket Bugs Bunny captured cell block cell door China Chinese chopsticks clamp close clothes Communist continued cough cough medicine couple crew members cuffs curses decided escorted face feet felt Finally flap floor gave given guard change hand handcuffs hear heard hoped Horseface Hot Shot hot water Howard Brown inside interpreter interrogation keep knew latrine looked Mae West minutes months morning move night noise North Korea padded pain pair paper passed peep peephole piece pocket questions radio replied rice seemed shackles shoes shot shouted side sitting sleep Smiley soldiers solitary confinement soon standing started stood stopped straw sure taken talk tapping code things thought told took tried trying turned usual Vaadi waiting walked wall wanted warden watched weeks window window shutter wondered