Bean Camp to Briar Patch-Life in the POW Camps of Korea and Vietnam

Bean Camp to Briar Patch is the only single source in which you can find information on conditions in all the major POW camps of Korea and Vietnam. It presents a detailed overview of the POW experience and the camps they were held in. Each camp is described and conditions in the camp explained. Treatment of the POWs in the camp is discussed. In some cases the POWs held in a specific camp are listed. The average American has little knowledge of what those men, and sometimes women, went through. By trying to understand what they endured we honor those who sacrificed so much. We have too long ignored this debt.

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