The Long Road Home: U.S. Prisoner of War Policy and Planning in Southeast Asia

Contains a history of the United States’ role in shaping prisoner of war policy during the Vietnam War. Reveals the difficult, often emotional, and vexing nature of a problem that engaged the attention of the highest officials of the United States government. Examines frictions and disagreements between the State and Defense Departments and within the Defense Department itself as a sometimes conflicted organization struggled to cope with an imposing array of policy issues

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