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A Cold Days in Hell : American POWs in Korea

By: Latham, William Clark.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: eBooks on Demand.Williams-Ford Texas A&M University Military History Series: Publisher: College Station : Texas A&M University Press, 2013Description: 1 online resource (338 p.).ISBN: 9781603447515.Subject(s): Korean War, 1950-1953 -- Prisoners and prisons, North Korean | Prisoners of war -- Korea (North) | Prisoners of war -- United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: A Cold Days in Hell : American POWs in KoreaDDC classification: 951.904 | 951.90427 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Contents; Notes; List of Maps; Acknowledgments; Prologue; Korean Peninsula; Introduction; 1. The Summer Soldiers; Pusan Perimeter; 2. The Tide Turns; Photograph gallery; 3. The Death March; Tiger Death March; 4. The Warning; Battle of Unsan; 5. Home by Christmas; Chongchon River; 6. The Reservoir; Chosin Reservoir; 7. The Deadly Winter; 8. Spring 1951; 9. The Pilots' War; 10. Mutual Suspicion; 11. The Pawns; 12. Freedom and Recrimination; Appendix; List of Abbreviations; Bibliography; Index
Summary: Following the North Korean assault on the Republic of Korea in June of 1950, the invaders captured more than a thousand American soldiers and brutally executed hundreds more. American prisoners who survived their initial moments of captivity faced months of neglect, starvation, and brutal treatment as their captors marched them north toward prison camps in the Yalu River Valley.Cold Days in Hell provides a detailed account of their captivity and offers valuable insights into an ongoing issue: the conduct of prisoners in the hands of enemy captors and the rules that should g
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Contents; Notes; List of Maps; Acknowledgments; Prologue; Korean Peninsula; Introduction; 1. The Summer Soldiers; Pusan Perimeter; 2. The Tide Turns; Photograph gallery; 3. The Death March; Tiger Death March; 4. The Warning; Battle of Unsan; 5. Home by Christmas; Chongchon River; 6. The Reservoir; Chosin Reservoir; 7. The Deadly Winter; 8. Spring 1951; 9. The Pilots' War; 10. Mutual Suspicion; 11. The Pawns; 12. Freedom and Recrimination; Appendix; List of Abbreviations; Bibliography; Index

Following the North Korean assault on the Republic of Korea in June of 1950, the invaders captured more than a thousand American soldiers and brutally executed hundreds more. American prisoners who survived their initial moments of captivity faced months of neglect, starvation, and brutal treatment as their captors marched them north toward prison camps in the Yalu River Valley.Cold Days in Hell provides a detailed account of their captivity and offers valuable insights into an ongoing issue: the conduct of prisoners in the hands of enemy captors and the rules that should g

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