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Prisoners of War

By: Barker, A. J.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York, Universe Books: 1975

Seller ID: 05899

ISBN: 0876632142

Condition: Very Good


The first book to look at prisoners of war from a global point of view. Every aspect of a prisoner's existence is examined, from capture and interrogation to psychological and physical pressures on the POWs. 249 pages, with Bibliography and Index. View more info

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The Last Sunrise

By: Gordon, Harold (SIGNED)

Price: $12.00

Publisher: Salinas, CA, U.S.A., H & J Publishing, Inc.: 1993

Edition: Second Printing

Inscription: SIGNED

Seller ID: 02070

ISBN: 0963258915

Condition: Near Fine


Heart-wrenching autobiography of a ten-year-old boy's struggle to survive the Nazi death camps in World War II, his eventual escape and liberation by General Patton's Armored Division, and new life in America. Inscribed and signed by the author inside the front cover and also signed on the title page. View more info

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Postal History of American POWs: World War II, Korea, and Vietnam

By: Gruenzner, Norman

Price: $15.00

Publisher: State College, Pennsylvania, American Philatelic Society: 1979

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 04804

ISBN: 0933580002

Condition: Very Good


Previous owner gift inscription on front pastedown. Spots of wear along the spine, light shelf wear. 138 pages, Appendixes, Bibliography. Black & white photos. View more info

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Hidden Horrors: Japanese War Crimes in World War II

By: Tanaka, Yuki

Price: $8.00

Publisher: Boulder, Colorado, Westview Press: 1996

Edition: First U.S. Edition

Seller ID: 10692

ISBN: 0813327172

Condition: Near Fine


Mild edge wear to dust jacket. 267 pages with Notes and Index. Illustrated. From the dust jacket: "This book documents for the first time previously hidden Japanese atrocities in World War II, including cannibalism; the slaughter and starvation of prisoners of war; the rape, enforced prostitution, and murder of noncombatants; and biological warfare experiments. The author describes how desperate Japanese soldiers consumed the flesh of their own comrades killed in fighting as well as that of Australians, Pakistanis, and Indians. Another chapter traces the fate of 65 shipwrecked Australian n... View more info

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Death in the Forest: The Story of the Katyn Forest Massacre

By: Zawodny, J.K.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Notre Dame, Indiana, University of Notre Dame Press: 1972

Edition: Second Printing

Seller ID: 05962

Condition: Very Good


Reprinting of the 1962 original edition. Light wear to book and jacket. [xvi] 3-235 pages with Appendix, Bibliography, and Index. Illustrated with photos and maps. Analysis of the slaughter of 15,000 Polish prisoners-of-war. The Soviet Union and Germany accused each other. This book provides objective answers for the many questions surrounding the largest assassination of prisoner-soldiers since Ghenghis Khan. View more info