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KOREAN WAR, 1950-1953


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PRISONERS OF WAR


CONTENTS


BOOKS


Best, Geoffrey. War and Law Since 1945. New York, Oxford University Press, 1994. 434p.
Korean War, pp 350-355.
Book call no.: 341.6 B561w

Biderman, Albert. March to Calumny: The Story of American POW's in the Korean War. New York, Macmillan, 1963. 326p.
Book call no.: 951.9 B585m

Brown, Wallace. The Endless Hours: My Two and a Half Years as a Prisoner of the Chinese Communists. New York, Norton, 1961. 254p.
Book call no.: 951.9 B881e

Davis, Robert. Ex-POWS of Alabama. Montgomery, AL, Montgomery Chapter of AX-POW, 1984. 482p.
Korea, pp 445-461.
Book call no.: R 920.93691 D263e

Dean, MajGen William F. General Dean's Story, as told to William Worden. New York, Viking, 1954. 305p.
Book call no.: 951.9 D282g

Deane, Philip. I Was a Captive in Korea. New York, Norton, 1953. 253p.
Book call no.: 951.9 D284i

Doyle, Robert. Voices from Captivity: Interpreting the American POW Narrative. Lawrence, KS, University Press of Kansas, 1994. 370p.
Book call no.: 813.009 D754v

Enock, Kenneth. Statements by Two Captured U.S. Air Force Officers on Their Participation in Germ Warfare in Korea. Peking, Chinese People's Committee for World Peace, 1952. 95p.
Book call no.: 951.9 S797

Facts on File. New York, Facts on File, Dec 9, 1993.
Soviets Allegedly Held Korean War POWs, p 912.
Book call no.: R 909.82 F11 1993

Hansen, Kenneth. Heroes Behind Barbed Wire. Princeton, NJ, Van Nostrand, 1957. 345p.
Book call no.: 951.9 H249h

Kinkead, Eugene. In Every War but One. New York, Norton, 1959. 219p.
Book call no.: 951.9 K55i

MacDonald, James A. The Problems of U.S. Marine Corps Prisoners of War in Korea. Washington, U.S. Marine Corps History and Museums Division, 1988. 289p.
Book call no.: 951.9 M135p

Mosher, Frederick and others. Presidential Transitions and Foreign Affairs. Baton Rouge, Louisiana State University Press, 1987. 281p.
The Korean Prisoners of War, pp 139-146.
Book call no.: 353.0089 M911p

Pasley, Virginia. 21 Stayed: The Story of the American GI's Who Chose Communist China--Who They Were and Why They Stayed. New York, Farrar, Straus and Cudahy, 1955. 248p.
Book call no.: 951.9 P282t

U.S. Army. Korean Communications Zone. Extract of Interim Historical Report, Korea War Crimes Division Cumulative to 30 June 1953. n.p., n.d. 87p.
Book call no.: 951.9 U587e

U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. POW/MIA's in Indochina and Korea. Hearing...101 Cong, 2nd sess. Washington, GPO, 1991. 94p.
"At the close of the Korean War, over 8,100 American soldiers were unaccounted for", p 15.
Book call no.: 959.70437 U58pa

U.S. Congress. Senate. Select Committee on POW/MIA Affairs. POW/MIA's. Report...103rd Cong, 1st sess. Washington, GPO, 1993. 1223p.
Korean Conflict, pp 36-37.
Book call no.: 959.70437 P881

White, William L. The Captives of Korea: An Unofficial White Paper on the Treatment of War Prisoners. New York, Scribner, 1957. 347p.
Book call no.: 951.9 W589c

Zellers, Larry. In Enemy Hands: A Prisoner in North Korea. Lexington, KY, University Press of Kentucky, 1991. 233p.
Book call no.: 951.9042 Z51i

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DOCUMENTS


Ball, Harry. Prisoner of War Negotiations, Korea and Vietnam. Newport, RI, 1968. 83p. (Naval War College. Thesis))
Doc. call no.: M-U 41662 B187p

Center for Army Lessons Learned. Bulletin. Fort Leavenworth, KS, 1988. 24p. (No.2-88)
Law of Land Warfare: Korea, pp 20-21.
Doc. call no.: M-U 43127-22 Jun 88

Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service. North Korea: Country Background Report. Washington, 1990. 33p. (No.90-475 F)
Korean War: 8,100 Men Still MIA, p 29.
Doc. call no.: M-U 42953-1 no.90-475 F

Rand Corp. POW/MIA Issues. Santa Monica, CA, 1994. 3 vols.
Vol. 1--The Korean War. Vol. 3--Appendixes.
Doc. call no.: M-U 30352-84 no.351 vol. 1 & 3

Rand Corp. Problems and Observations Related to the Forensic Identification of Human Remains Repatriated to the United States by North Korea. Santa Monica, CA, 1993. 17p. (P-7820)
Doc. call no.: M-U 30352-16 no.7820

Tucker, Gwynn. Effects of Organizational Structure on American Enemy Prisoner of War Operations. Fort Leavenworth, KS, 1990. 283p. (U.S. Army Command and General Staff College. Thesis)
Korean War, pp 192-210.
Doc. call no.: M-U 42022 T892e

U.S. Air Force. Far East Air Forces. Evasion and Escape Reports. s.l., 1950. 1 vol.
Doc. call no.: M-U 36349-7 v.1

U.S. Army. Communist North Korea: A Bibliographic Survey. Washington, 1971. 1 vol. (DAP-550-11)
Includes a road map of North Korea.
Doc. call no.: M-U 35062 no.550-11

U.S. Army Operations Research Office. Beliefs of Enemy Soldiers About the Korean War. Washington, 1952. 103p. (ORO-T-39-FEC)
Doc. call no.: M-U 35044-2 no.39 (FEC)

U.S. Army Operations Research Office. Military Potential of Combat Units Isolated in Enemy Rear Areas. Washington, 1954. 33p. (ORO-T-297)
Doc. call no.: M-U 35044-2 no.297

U.S. Army Operations Research Office. A Preliminary Study of North Korean and Chinese Surrenders. Washington, 1951. 70p. (ORO-T-2-EUSAK)
Doc. call no.: M-U 35044-2 no.2 (EUSAK)

U.S. Army Operations Research Office. A Preliminary Investigation of Chinese and North Korean Soldier-Reactions to UN Weapons in the Korean War. Washington, 1952. 44p. (ORO-T-14-FEC)
Doc. call no.: M-U 35044-2 no.14 (FEC)

U.S. Army Operations Research Office. A Study of Chinese and North Korean Surrenderers. Washington, 1952. 135p. (ORO-T-31-FEC)
Doc. call no.: M-U 35044-2 no.31 (FEC)

U.S. Army Operations Research Office. A Study of North Korean and Chinese Soldiers' Attitudes Toward the Korean War. Washington, 1953. 93p. (ORO-T-34-FEC)
Doc. call no.: M-U 35044-2 no.34 (FEC)

U.S. Army Operations Research Office. A Study of North Korean and Chinese Soldier Attitudes Toward Communism, Democracy, and the United Nations. Washington, 1954. 54p. (ORO-T-42-FEC)
Doc. call no.: M-U 35044-2 no.42 (FEC)

U.S. Army Operations Research Office. A Study of Ineffective (Communist) Soldier Performance Under Fire in Korea, 1951. Washington, 1955. 65p. (ORO-T-62)
Doc. call no.: M-U 35044-2 no.62 (AFFE)

U.S. Army Operations Research Office. United States Troop Attitudes Toward Taking and Treatment of Prisoners of War in Korea. Washington, 1952. 83p. (ORO-T-26-FEC)
Doc. call no.: M-U 35044-2 no.26 (FEC)

U.S. Dept. of Defense. POW-MIA Fact Book. Washington, 1990. 28p.
Korean War, pp 27-28.
Doc. call no.: M-U 42215-90 Jul 90

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PERIODICALS


Ball, Harry. Prisoner of War Negotiations: The Korean Experience and Lesson. Naval War College Review 21:54-86 Sep '68.

Bird, Roy. Not Any Battlefield Heroics, but Sustained Bravery of Another Sort. Military History 10:28+ Dec '93.

Boatner, MajGen Haydon. Asian Teeth Are Needed for Geneva Conventions--We Must Protect Future POWs. Army 24:27-30 Jan '74.

Boatner, MajGen Haydon. The Lessons of Koje-do. Army 22:34-37 Mar '72.

Bower, Bruce. Emotional Trauma Haunts Korean POWs. Science News 139:68 Feb 2 '91.

Douglass, Joe. Missing American POWs: What Happened? Conservative Review 5:25-34 Sep-Oct '94.

Forgotten War: Remembering Korea 40 Years Later. Airman 34:30-45 Jun '90.

Grey, Jeffrey. Commonwealth Prisoners of War and British Policy During the Korean War. RUSI Journal 133:71-77 Spring '88.

Liu, Melinda and others. Counting the Ghosts. Newsweek 120:48-50 Oct 5 '92.

Lyons, William. Prisoners of War and the Code of Conduct. Naval War College Review 20:60-96 Dec '67.

Malkin, Lawrence. Murderers of Koje-do! MHQ: The Quarterly Journal of Military History 5:88-97 Summer '93.

Roskey, William. Korea's Costliest Battle: The POW Impasse. Parameters 23:96-106 Summer '93.

Ursano, Robert and Rundell, James. The Prisoner of War. Military Medicine 155:176-180 Apr '90.

U.S. Trying to Trace 389 Missing Since Korea War. Air Force Times 31:15 Jan 27 '71.

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