March to calumny : the story of American POW's in the Korean War / Albert D. Biderman.

New York : Macmillan, 1963.

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Subjects Koreaanse oorlog.
Korean War, 1950-1953 -- Prisoners and prisons.
Korean War.
Prisoners -- psychology.
Prisoners of war.
Description 326 pages : illustrations, maps ; 22 cm
Copyright Date 1963.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 307-318) and indexes.
Contents Introduction -- the need for an antidote -- In every war but one? -- Criteria of "collaboration" -- Collaboration and resistance -- What did prisoners resist and why? -- The record of escapes -- Death rates, prisoner treatment, and prisoner conduct -- Mistreatment, coercion, and atrocities -- Kinkead's "control groups" -- Military traditionalism and POW failures -- Preconceptions, issues and images -- some factors shaping the picture derived from POW behavior -- Some concluding observations -- Appendix A : A personal note and acknowledgments -- Appendix B : Executive order 10631 -- Appendix C : Korean War chronology -- Appendix D : The dead and missing -- Appendix E : A medical officer's experiences : from capture through the early period in permanent camps.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)856239
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WorldCat Identities Biderman, Albert D.
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