In Every War but One

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In Every War but One

By Eugene Kinkead
Norton, 1959
219 pp. $3.95

This study, an expansion of the author's much discussed and hotly debated article in The New Yorker, deals with the behavior of American prisoners of war in Korea: the problem of collaboration with the enemy, high mortality rates and uncertain morale.

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