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This volume contains 17 autobiographies of Korean War combat veterans, as well as a report about war prisoners' experiences told by a US Army doctor who spent three years as a POW. It also contains reports about how the US divided Korea after World War II and Theodore Roosevelt’s secret diplomacy, in 1905, which led to World War II in the Pacific, the Korean War, and continuing turmoil in the Pacific.

©2016 Norman Black (P)2016 Norman Black

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I tell you if you ever feel sorry for yourself in your days of drudgery & feel your life sucks just listen to a book like this & you will know what life is truly about and how lucky you really are. Thank a veteran because freedom truly is not free. I understand how hard it is to talk about their experiences but I wish more would and am thankful for the ones who have told their experiences. We are a great nation because of these people. If you like to hear first hand accounts then I recommend a listen to this book!!

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