The Hanoi March: American POWs in North Vietnam’s Crucible

The Vietnam War lasted nine years (1964-1973) with Americans finally leaving in 1975 during the fall of Saigon. In 1966, two years after the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, fifty American pilots and aircrewmen held captive by the North Vietnamese in the most horrible conditions were put on dramatic public display and paraded through the streets of Hanoi. This is their story, a saga of a harrowing journey from light into darkness.

Gary Foster has recreated the event in fast-paced, riveting detail. Includes interviews with march survivors and eye-witnesses. Includes multiple photos and detailed maps.

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