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Category: All Categories: Military: Prisoners of War
26 items found.   List items by:   Author     Title     Publisher
1.
Bacque, James, Illustrated by: Photos & Maps  
Other Losses

Publisher: Stoddart Publishing Co. Limited Toronto, Ontario, Canada 1989.
xxi, 248 pp, blu boards w/gilt lettering, glossy dark blue-light blu dj w/wht-red lettering. An investigation into the mass deaths of German Prisoners at the hands of the French and Americans after World War II. The author attributes the deaths of these German POW's at the hands of the French and the hands of the Americans to General Dwight D. Eisenhower. First Edition Very Good+ Hard Cover Near Fine 8vo - over 8" - 9" Tall Octavo

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2.
Berry, William A. With James edwin Alexander.  
Prisoner of the Rising Sun.

Publisher: University of Oklahoma Norman, OK.
CR 1993, 241 pages with index, black and white photos and 6 maps. Berry was a POW in Japan during the second world war. He and other POW's escaped from a camp, and because of that escape caused the Japanese to publish new rules organizing prisoners into "blood groups" of ten men each; and if one man escaped, all ten were executed. Black covers, all very good condition. First Printing Hard Cover

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3.
Bollinger, J. Mark and Landrum, Brenda G., Illustrated by: Photos & Illustrations  
The Story of Andersonville Prison and American Prisoners of War

Publisher: Andersonville National Historic Site Andersonville, GA 1993.
48 pp, light brown SC wraps w/black illustrated front & lettering. Booklet is divided into three sections: "Civil War in Georgia" - puts into perspective what was happening in Georgia during the Civil War, "Andersonville Prison" - relates the story of the prison during its existence the last fourteen months of the war and third section "Prisoners of War" - places the tragedy of Andersonville in persepctive with the lesser-known prisoner of war tragedies throughout our nation's history. No Jacket Soft Cover w/staples Near Fine Sm4to from 9" to 11"

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4.
Cohen, Roger, Illustrated by: Photos & Map  
Soldiers and Slaves : American POWs Trapped by the Nazis' Final Gamble

Publisher: Alfred a Knopf Inc New York, NY 2005.
[12], 303 pp, [5], quarterbound w/dark green papercovered boards w/black papercovered spine w/silver lettering, green-black-white dj w/black-and-white pictorial front panel w/white-orange lettering. The story of 350 American POW's who were captured at the Battle of the Bulge or elsewhere in Europe, who were singled out by the Nazis because they were Jews or were thought to resemble Jews. They were transported to Berga, a concentration camp in eastern Germany, and put to work as slave laborers, mining tunnels. They were denied their rights as prisoners of war, their ordeal culminating in a death march that was halted by liberation near the Czech border. Twenty percent of these soldiers perished. Berga was virtually forgotten partly because it fell under Soviet domination and partly because America's Cold War priorities changed. First Edition Very Good+ Hard Cover Very Good+ Sm4to from 9" to 11"

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5.
Conway, W Fred, Illustrated by: Photos  
The Most Incredible Prison Escape of the Civil War

Publisher: FBH Publishers New Albany, IN 1994.
143 pp, grey-black-tan-yel SC wraps w/color illustrated front panel and black-and-tan illustrated rear panel. The story of Confederate Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan who was locked in dungeon in the Ohio State Penitentiary in 1863. Brigadier General John Morgan had various nicknames that provided clues to his swashbuckling, flamboyant personality: "The Thunderbolt of the Confederacy", "The Great Raider", The Great Freeebooter", "The Guerrilla Chieftan", and "The King of Horse Thieves". Morgan and his band of over 2, 000 Raiders caused havoc wherever they went. For over 25 days Morgan led his 2, 000 men in a protracted raid through Kentucky, Indiana, and Ohio. The sadistic Warden Merion of the Ohio State Penitentiary inflicted upon Morgan and his officers the most degrading inhuman treatment imaginable. 2nd Edition No Jacket Soft Cover Near Fine 8vo - Over 8" - 9" Tall

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6.
Daws, Gavan  
Prisoners of the Japanese: POWs Of World War II in the Pacific

Publisher: N.Y., Morrow, 1994.
462 p. illus., 24 cm. "In the first disastrous months following Pearl Harbor, the Japanese Army took over 140,00 Allied prisoners, More than one in four of these POWs died at the hands of their captors." Stock #29,878. Vg/ dj vg.

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7.
Day, George E.  
Duty Honor Country

Publisher: American Hero Press Fort Walton Beach, Fl 2002.
xvi, 354 pp, dark blu cloth covered boards w/silver lettering, Inscribed & SIGNED by the author on the ffep, map on the FPD, glossy grey dj w/light-blue-red-bronze pictorial front & rear panel. The author tells of his life before he joined the military. He was shot down in August of 1967 and tells of his ordeal and torture in North Vietnam. After his release he has sued the US Government for reneging on a promise made to WW2 & Korean war veterans. Inscribed & SIGNED By Author 2nd Edition Near Fine Hard Cover Near Fine Sm4to from 9" to 11"

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8.
England, Otis Bryan, Illustrated by: Photos, Illustrations & Map  
A Short History of the Rock Island Prison Barracks

Publisher: Historical Office US Army Armament, Munitions, and Chemical Command Rock Island, IL 1985.
51 pp, grey SC wraps w/black lettering & black illustrated front panel. The booklet provides a brief history of the Rock Island prison camp. The prison was occupied before it was completely finished. The first confingent of prison contained 94 cases of smallpox. The prison staff had an insufficient supply of medicines and vaccine to fight the plague and a hospital for the prisoners had not been built. Revised No Jacket Soft Cover w/staples Very Good- Sm4to from 9" to 11"

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9.
Ernst, Major Todd MB, Illustrated by: Photos  
Home with Honor - Thirty Years of Freedom w/CD

Publisher: 560th Flying Training Squadron San Antonio, TX 2004.
265 pp, dark blu leatherette boards w/stamped-embossed front panel w/silver lettering and emblem, color illustrated FPD, CD on RPD. The story of the 560th Flying Training Squadron which trained the POW's that desired to fly again after their release from the North VIetnam prison camps. The book lists 193 Air Force pilots that made their "Freedom Flights.". The book is a testament to the dedication ob many people in detailing the Vietnam POW experience, the Freedom Flyer story, and impact of both on the former POW's, their families, and many friends. slight conrer bump on top front corners. No Jacket Hard Cover Very Good+ 4to - over 11" - 13" Tall

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10.
Heslop, J. Malan & Van Orden, Dell R., Illustrated by: Photos  
From the Shadow of Death: Stories of POWs

Publisher: Deseret Book Company Salt Lake City, UT 1973.
[x]. 350 pp, dark green-light green cloth covered boards w/color pictorial front board and w/wht-red-brown lettering, blu-white endpaper maps of capture locations, glossy dark green-light green dj w/color pictorial front panel. The story of eight former prisoners of war, members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. These are the stories of Major Robert Jeffrey, Captain Larry Chesley, Major Jay Jensen, Commander David Rollins, Major Jay Hess, Commander Dale Osborne, Captain LYnn Beens, and civilian Charles Willis. Also the author interviewed the Latter-day Saint wife of another returnee and the wife a man who is still listed as missing in action. prev owner's name on ffep, slight wear to dj corners. Very Good Hard Cover Very Good+ Sm4to from 9" to 11"

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11.
Holmes, Linda, Illustrated by: Photos  
Unjust Enrichment: American Pows Under the Rising Sun

Publisher: Konecky & Konecky Old Saybrook, CT 2008.
xxii, 202 pp, black papercovered boards w/gilt lettering, dj glossy red-orange-brown w/white lettering w/pictorial front panel. The author present information on how Japanese companies used American prisoners of war for slave labor during World War II. Nine out of ten POWs who died in World War II perished in Japanese custody. The American ex-POWs tell in their own words what it was like to be slaves for a Japanese corporaiton, to be used for medical experiments, to try and stay alive in sealed hold of Japanese merchant ships. The book shows why the companies of Japan owe thousands of American veterans compensation and an apology. Very Good+ Hard Cover Near Fine Sm4to from 9" to 11"

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12.
Houston, Lt. Thomas Dix and edited by Turner, Charles W. , Illustrated by: Photos & Maps  
Prisoner of War Letters 1863 - 1865 from Johnson Island

Publisher: McClure Printing Company, Inc. Verona, VA 1980.
[12], 84 pp, blu clothcovered boards w/silver lettering on the front cover and spine. The book is a collection of war letters of Lieutenant Thomas Dix Houston of Natural Bridge, Virginia, who was imprisoned at Johnson Island, Sandusky, Ohio, where he had been imprisioned after the Battle of Gettysburg. He had participated in the Pickett's charge and had fallen amidst the enemies guns at the crest of Cemetery Ridge. He recuperated in hospitals at Gettyssburg and Baltimore. soiling on one page of text. No Jacket Hard Cover Very Good Sm4to from 9" to 11"

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13.
Keating, Susan Katz.  
Prisoners of Hope: Exploiting the POW/MIA Myth in America.

Publisher: Random House, NY [1994]. 'First Edition'.
xxii, 276 p., index, plates. 'Prisoners of Hope... shows what happened to most of the prisoners captured in Vietnam and exposes those who would exploit the missing servicemen's families, including the federal government, which has lied about the situation for years.' Dj; fine. Stock#20988.

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14.
Little, Robert Henry w/preface by Kelley, Dayton  
a Year of Starvation Amid Plenty or How a Confederate Soldier Suffered from Hunger and Cruelty in a Prison of War During the Awful Days of the Sixties

Publisher: Texian Press Waco, TX 1966.
[6], 40 pp, light yel cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering on the front cover & spine. The booklet was originally published in a newspaper in 1891. The author was requested to republish the booklet. This is a facsimile of the reprint. It tells of prison life of a Confederate soldier in a Federal Prison at Camp Morton, Indianapolis, Indiana. The book is an ex-library and has been stamped on the front & rear pastedowns and the front and rear endpapers withdrawn and black marker on the title pages. filed with civil war ephemera. Facsimile Edition No Jacket Hard Cover Very Good- Narrow 16mo - Over 6" to 7" Tall Ex-Library

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15.
Mackie, Philip.  
Hurrah! The Flag.

Publisher: Norton, NY [1958]. 'First Edition.'.
221 p. 'Philip Mackie was a prisoner of the Germans in Italy for only four days. Together with Private Larkin, he jumped from a train, escaped into the Italian hills, and began the journey south toward the British lines. They found temporary refuge in Pietrino.' Stock #27132. Vg/ dj worn, torn. World War II, military history. POW narratives

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16.
Martinez, J. Michael, Illustrated by: Photos & Illustrations  
Life and Death in Civil War Prisons: The Parallel Torments of Corporal John Wesly Minnich, C.S.A. and Sergeant Warren Lee Goss, U.S.A

Publisher: Rutledge Hill Press Nashville, TN 2004.
xxiii, 268 pp, black boards w/gilt lettering, glossy tan-dark brown dj w/pictorial spine & front panel and photo of the two POW's on the rear panel, Inscribed & SIGNED by the author on the ffep. The story of two men who survived the military prison camps of the civil war, when more than 56, 000 Union and Confederate soliders died in the camps. Inscribed & SIGNED By Author First Edition Very Good+ Hard Cover Near Fine Sm4to from 9" to 11"

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17.
McConnell, Malcolm  
Inside Hanoi's Secret Archives: Solving the Mia Mystery

Publisher: Simon & Schuster NY, 1995.
Very Good+ in Very Good dust jacket. First Printing, Hardcover. ISBN: 0671871188 In VG DJ ; Gray cl spine/red boards. B&W photos, map. Glossary, source notes, index. Attempt to solve Vietnam War MIA/POW mystery; 8vo; 462 pages

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18.
McConnell, Malcom  
Into the Mouth of the Cat: The story of Lance Sijan, Hero of Vietnam

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company New York, NY 1985.
253 pp, quarterbound w/red papercovered boards and w/tan clothcovered spine w/red lettering, glossy grey-white-blue dj w/color illustrated front cover and black text on the rear panel w/blu spine w/white-red lettering. The book tells the story of a young Air Force pilot, Lance Sijan, whose valor, edeication to duty, and indomitable spirit were tested under the most extreme conditions. He was shot down over Laos November 9th, 1967, though disabled by terrible injuries, he evaded capture for six weeks. First Edition Very Good+ Hard Cover Very Good+ 8vo - Over 8" - 9" Tall

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19.
McCubbin, Hamilton I. & Dahl, Barbara B. & Metres Jr., Philip J. & Hunter, Edna J. & Plag, John A., Illustrated by: Tabl  
FAMILY SEPARATION AND REUNION : Families of Prisoners of War and Servicemen Missing in Action

Publisher: Privately Printed No Place 1974.
xxvi, 234 pp, red cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering. The book is in five sections : history and overview, The Casualty and the Waiting Period, Repatriation, Readjustment and Reintegration, and Services to the Families. The contributors are : Dorothy Benson, S. William Berg, Barbara B. Dahl, Richard C. W. Hall, Edna J. Hunter, Patrick T. Malone, Hamilton I. McCubbin, Floyd G. Meshad, Philip J. Metres Jr., William N. Miller, J. Robert Nelson, James D. Phelan, John A. Plag, Iris R. Powers, Ludwig J. Spolyar, Charles A. Stenger, Robert E. Strange, and Leonard M. Zunin. No Jacket Hard Cover Very Good Sm4to from 9" to 11"

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20.
McDaniel, Eugene with Johnson, James Leonard, Illustrated by: Photos & Map  
Before Honor - One Man's Spiritual Journey Into the Darkness of a Communist Prison

Publisher: A. J. Holman Company Philadelphia, PA 1975.
192 pp, [8] photos, quarterbound w/red boards w/blu cloth covered spine w/gilt lettering, wht dj w/blu-black lettering & photo of the author on the rear panel. The story of Naval Commander Eugene "Red" McDaniel's six year imprisonment in the hell of the North Vietmanese prison camps. He tells of his struggle to find God in his hour of darkenss. First Edition Very Good Hard Cover Very Good 8vo - Over 8" - 9" Tall

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21.
Messimer, Dwight R., Illustrated by: Photos & Maps  
Escape from Villingen, 1918

Publisher: Texas A & M University Press College Station, TX 2000.
xiii, 195 pp, grey cloth covered boards w/silver lettering, glossy black dj w/wht-red lettering w/pictorial front. The story of 1st Lt. George Puryear's escape from German military prison at Villingen during World War 1. This is the story of an unusual mass escape from prison. First Printing Near Fine Hard Cover Near Fine Sm4to from 9" to 11"

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22.
Neave, Airey Middleton Sheffield, 1916-1979  
They Have Their Exits. With a Foreword by Lord Justice Birkett
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Publisher: London, Hodder & Stoughton [1953].
192 p., iIlus., frontis. (port.), 21 cm. Map endpapers. "Wounded and captured by the Germans at Calais on 23 May 1940, his first two attempts at escape failed. His second on 5 January 1942 made him the first British officer to successfully escape from the German prisoner-of-war camp Oflag IV-C at Colditz Castle. This tells of his escapes, getting to Gibraltar and, after the war, serving at the Nuremberg trials. Stock#47688. Vg / no dj.

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23.
Plumb, Charlie as told to DeWerff, Glen , Illustrated by: Adkins, Alta  
I'm No Hero - a POW Story

Publisher: Independence Press Santa Barbara, CA 2003.
287 pp, red cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering, SIGNED by the author on the ffep, dj color pictorial front panel & spine w/black-and-white photo of the author on the rear panel. The story of Charlie Plumb as a prisoner of the North Vietnamese and torture that he and his fellow POW's endured while they were held by the North Vietnamese. Signed by Author 29th Printing Near Fine Hard Cover Near Fine 8vo - Over 8" - 9" Tall

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24.
Rochester, Stuart I. and Kiley, Frederick T., Illustrated by: Photos  
Honor Bound: American Prisoners of War in Southeast Asia, 1961-1973

Publisher: Naval Institute Press Annapolis, MD 2003.
xx, 706 pp, [1], quarterbound w/light brown papercovered boards w/dark brown clothcovered spine w/gilt lettering on the spine, dj sepia pictorial front panel w/gilt spine & rear panel. The authors offer an account of what happened to the nearly eight hundred Americans captured in Southeast Asia. Its portrayal of how the prisoners sought to cope with physical and psychological ordeals under the most adverse conditions. 6th Printing Very Good+ Hard Cover Very Good+ Sm4to from 9" to 11"

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25.
Rutherford, Mildred Lewis, Illustrated by: Illustrated  
Facts and Figures vs. Myths and Misrepresentations : the Truth About Captain Wirz

Publisher: United Daughters of the Confederacy Americus, GA 1977.
64 pp, wht w/illustrated front & pictorial back w/red lettering, includes an official map and guide put out by the National Park Service in 1996. This booklet is a reprint of the U.D.C. bulletin of 1921 about Henry Wirz and the Andersonville Prison. "Many Northern and Foreign newspapers and magazines of recent years have given such unjust representations of the Andersonville Prison and the part Henry Wirz, the superintendent, played in it, that Southern historicans must right as soon as possible this grievous wrong of history." Reprint No Jacket Soft Cover w/staples Very Good+ 8vo - over 8" - 9" Tall Octavo

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26.
Toledano, Marc (translated From The French by B. B. Rafter)  
The Franciscan of Bourges

Publisher: The Orion Press NY, 1968.
Very Good in Good+ dust jacket. First Printing, Hardcover In lightly edgeworn DJ ; Advance copy sent to author William Shirer, letter from publisher to Shirer laide in, Shirer's ink name stamp on half-title page. Blue cloth hardback. Account of author's time spent in German-controlled prison in France during WWII and his encounter with German monk who served as prison guard. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 201 pages

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