P.O.W.: Two Years with the Vietcong
|Author||George E. Smith|
|Media type||Print (hardcover and paperback)|
|Pages||304 (first edition)
|LC Class||DS557.A69 S63|
P.O.W. is a first person account of United States Army Special Forces Sergeant George Smith's two years as a prisoner of war. He traveled and lived with the Vietcong as their prisoner in a series of jungle camps, and developed a detailed understanding of life in the National Liberation Front's safe areas and the people he called VC.
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