American Trophies How US POWs Were Surrendered to North Korea China and Russia by Washington s Cynical Attitude The story of American heroes kept by our country s enemies and Washington s failure to recover them reads like a cross between a spy thriller and political expose It uncovers decades of secrets and in

  • Title: American Trophies: How US POWs Were Surrendered to North Korea, China, and Russia by Washington's "Cynical Attitude"
  • Author: Mark Sauter John Zimmerlee Sydney Schanberg
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 383
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The story of American heroes kept by our country s enemies and Washington s failure to recover them reads like a cross between a spy thriller and political expose It uncovers decades of secrets and incompetence, right up to the Obama Administration, and reveals how Moscow, Beijing, and Pyongyang continue to thwart America today.Based on years of research around the worldThe story of American heroes kept by our country s enemies and Washington s failure to recover them reads like a cross between a spy thriller and political expose It uncovers decades of secrets and incompetence, right up to the Obama Administration, and reveals how Moscow, Beijing, and Pyongyang continue to thwart America today.Based on years of research around the world by an investigative historian and former Special Forces officer teamed with the POW MIA expert son of a missing Korean War flyer, it is by turns both enthralling and upsetting.This book rips the lid off one of the most disturbing scandals in modern US history.As you read the book, join our community to help with investigations the Pentagon and CIA can t or won t do themselves Decipher names on declassified documents, track down Chinese and Russian officials and identify POWs in captured enemy film cynicalattitudeIncludes information on Korean War POWs in North Korean, Chinese and Soviet prisons Vietnam War POWs reportedly taken to North Korea Chinese espionage North Korean DPRK salting of American remains KGB exploitation of US POWs North Korea human rights DPRK human rights communist torture and brainwashing Cold War history covert action requested by the Air Force Chief of Staff to rescue American POWs the year after the war ended Korean War special operations Cold War spy flights Korean War history Truman Administration F 86 US China conflicts Soviet prison system, the Gulag World War II prisoners of war, including German and Japanese POWs who reported Americans in Siberia North Korean prison camps North Korean military and government Freedom of Information Act North Korean agents escapes espionage real life adventures real life mysteries B 29 new information on the Eisenhower Administration F 51 Obama Administration mismanagement National Archives declassification and secrecy the Punch Bowl JPAC 2nd ID DPMO Pentagon secrets CIA operations military intelligence collection Korean DMZ North Korean abductions Stalin Chou En lai US defectors surveillance flights and untold US diplomatic history.

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    One thought on “American Trophies: How US POWs Were Surrendered to North Korea, China, and Russia by Washington's "Cynical Attitude"”

    1. Good read on a topic close to my heartI believe this author wrote another book on this subject called Soldiers of Misfortune. While this book focused on Korea and the Cold War Solders of Misfortune focused on Vietnam and WWII. Good read overall bounced around abit. Terrible things our country to our servicemen!

    2. American Trophies had a good hook to keep me reading, but like allwar stories it was sad and heart-breaking. It made me think of all thosesoldiers who went off to fight for this great country and never came back.Instead, some became prisoners, while others were blown to kingdom come.In every war someone has to make the sacrifice, but why do we have tocreate wars in the first place? Why can’t everyone get along? I know that isasking a lot, but why do so many have to lose their precious lives f [...]

    3. A Must ReadThis book opens your eyes on our government and how they really handles our MIA/POW and KIL. I lost my Uncle Harry Raymond Worden on 27 Oct 1950 and on 28 Oct 1953, the was declared KIL. I am glad that my grandparents, aunts and uncles, and my mom are not here to read this. This is a must read book. Everyone should know how our government treats the military me and their families. It would be different if it was one of their love ones.

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