The Korean war – an intriguing new angle in book about POW interrogations and the captives’ fate after armistice

//The Korean war – an intriguing new angle in book about POW interrogations and the captives’ fate after armistice

The Korean war – an intriguing new angle in book about POW interrogations and the captives’ fate after armistice

The Interrogation Rooms of the Korean War: The Untold History, by Monica Kim, pub. Princeton University Press, 4 starsDespite hopes in recent months that an end to the Korean war might finally be in sight, nearly 70 years after North Korean troops crossed the frontier with the aim of uniting the peninsula by force, the two sides’ armed forces continue to eye each other warily across the spectacularly poorly named demilitarised zone.Known in the history books as “the forgotten war”, there has…

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