Shall brothers be... An account, written by American and British prisoners of war, of their treatment at the hands of the Chinese People's Volunteers and Korean People's Army in P.O.W. camps in Korea

Shall brothers be... An account, written by American and British prisoners of war, of their treatment at the hands of the Chinese People's Volunteers and Korean People's Army in P.O.W. camps in Korea

Peking: Chinese People's Committee for World Peace and against American Aggression, 1952. 81 p., [8] p. of plates, wraps, faint pencil notation erased on front cover, otherwise very good.

Testimonials by POWs describing their comfortable accommodations and growing respect for China. A concluding section contrasts this testimony with descriptions of torture in American camps.

Cat.No: 188813

Price: $35.00

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