This fresh perspective on the Korean War is the result of the shared experience of two prisoners of war. Vincent H. Okamoto�s detailed account transports readers to a Korea that few have experienced and even fewer have survived. Witness the friendship that develops between two very different individuals faced with relentless wartime conditions. Based on a true story, Okamoto vividly details the horrors of war through the experience of surviving a death camp and the challenges of coming home to readjust to civilian life. Paper: 132 pp.
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