POW/MIA Issues: Volume 1, The Korean War
Jan 1, 1994
Volume 2, World War II and the Early Cold War
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This report was prepared as a part of the project "The POW/MIA Issue in U.S.-North Korean Relations." The report consists of three volumes. This volume addresses three issues: First, it examines whether American servicemen liberated by Soviet forces from Nazi German POW camps in the European theater of operations in World War II were not repatriated. Second, it examines whether American aircrews in the Far East and European theaters were detained in USSR territory. Third, early Cold War incidents are examined to determine whether archive materials indicated that American servicemen and civilians were held alive in USSR territory.
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