REPORTS, DOCUMENTS, FILES
2013 - American POWs Kept Behind After the Korean War What Happened to Them?
Sent: Saturday, April 04, 2009 6:09 PM
Subject: Military Personnel Subcommittee / POW/MIA
McCain and the POW Cover-up
The "war hero" candidate buried information about POWs left behind in Vietnam
Research support provided by the Investigative Fund
of The Nation Institute. This is an expanded version, with primary
documents attached, of a story
that appears in the October 6, 2008 issue of The Nation.
is evidence; moreover, that indicates the possibility of survival, at
least for a small number, after Operation Homecoming."
one sentence has always struck us as rather abstract, giving the
impression that the Committee's conclusion was based on the overwhelming
body of evidence but without specific information on individual
servicemen. This has left us wondering and asking over the years, what
is a small number? We recently learned the answer to our question. The
small number is…
|BOOK REVIEW - A must read
Vietnam POW/MIAs: An Enormous Conundrum
The Conservative Voice -
An Enormous Crime: The Definitive Account of American POWs
Abandoned in Southeast Asia, by Bill Hendon and Elizabeth A. Stewart
(Thomas Dunne Books, St. Martin’s Press)
In the Twentieth Century the United States fought three wars in Asia: World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. In all three, thousands of Americans were captured and became prisoners.
The fate of live American POWs in World War II was comparatively easy to establish, because the Japanese were vanquished, they surrendered unconditionally, and virtually all the territory they had occupied came under American or allied control. After the surrender, there were few, if any, places the Japanese could hide live American prisoners of war, nor any reason they would want to........
CLICK HERE TO READ THE ENTIRE REVIEW - Vietnam
POW/MIAs: An Enormous Conundrum
Special Study: Southeast Asia/POW-MIA Affairs
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