Combat Veterans' Stories of the Korean War, Volume 1

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This volume contains 16 autobiographies of men who fought in the Korean War. Their stories give listeners an understanding of what draftees, volunteers, and professional military men experienced in that war. They often tell information not available in US military reports and government-authorized histories and sometimes counter it. The second volume of Korean War combat veterans stories contains 15 autobiographies, and information about Chinese and North Korean war prisoners' conditions told by a US Army doctor who spent three years as a war prisoner.

©2016 Norman Black (P)2016 Norman Black

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How can you go wrong to get the history & stories of the men that lived & fought through the hell

It is so interesting to hear the stories of the men who fought in this war. Korea had to of been nine kinds of hell & it’s great to hear their voice. More soldiers should get there story out before it is lost forever. It’s always a pleasure to here military history told through the eyes of the men that where there. No political agenda, nothing but their story & how they saw it.

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