Soldiers of Misfortune

By James D Sanders

Ever wonder what happened to prisoners of war from WWII, Korea and Vietnam, after the war was over? Soldiers of Misfortune is a compelling story, explaining how American POWs were held captive by the Soviet Union – and the U.S. government omitted to make this public knowledge. It was a disgraceful cover-up. When they weren’t sifting through thousands of formerly classified documents, interviewing military brass and escapees from Russia, and evaluating chilling eyewitness accounts, James D Sanders and his co-authors were running the gauntlet – avoiding reprisals from those who’d rather this story wasn’t told. It’s hard to believe it, but President Dwight Eisenhower did make a decision to abandon hundreds, perhaps thousands, of U.S. POWs from the Korean War…  

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