American POWs in World War II
by Harry Spiller
These accounts describe the battle and POW experiences of twelve American military men captured either by Germany or Japan during World War II.
Brutality, frostbite, disease, hunger, strenuous working conditions, and the jubilation of release are presented in the words of the soldiers, who describe such events as the Bataan Death March, the battle for Wake Island, D-Day, and the Battle of the Bulge and vividly portray the camps where they watched their comrades in arms suffer and perish.
Also included are photographs, maps, camp lists, and POW regulations.
Soft cover. 232 pages. Includes black and white archive photographs and maps.