Vietnam War Part I – Pawns Of War, US POWs June 22, 1971

Documentary on treatment of US prisoners in North Vietnam and Viet Cong prisoners in South Vietnam. CBS reporters interview wives and families of American POWS. NOT TO BE RELEASED WITHOUT PERMISSION OF CHIEF/AMPD-RC

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