When North Korea attacked South Korea in 1950, American forces joined with the United Nations to repel the invaders. More than 7,000 soldiers and airmen were taken prisoner and the level of mental and physical suffering they endured was unprecedented in American history.
"...a particularly important addition to Korean wartime history, considering the experiences of military men in the war and their struggle to stay alive in inhumane conditions."
--Children's Bookwatch (November 2004)
Price: US $32.10