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The Major

The Senior Officer In Charge: Commanding Fellow Prisoners of War
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The most forgotten men in the “Forgotten War” were the American POWs, especially those who endured captivity during the early months of the Korean Conflict. Most were subjected to unspeakable horrors and extreme deprivations. Few survived. This text tells the story of several hundred Americans who struggled to maintain their human dignity under brutal conditions while trying to make their way home to those they loved. Their story takes place before American servicemen were trained to cope with torture and brainwashing and prior to “The Code of Conduct” becoming the standard by which American POWs would be judged.

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