Books by Lewis H. Carlson

Released: April 18, 2002

"Haunting stories of hell on earth, but more celebrative and admiring than analytical. (15 b&w photos and 2 maps, not seen)"
From the author of an oral history of POWs in WWII (We Were Each Other's Prisoners, 1997), a similar volume about American soldiers who endured and survived captivity in Korea, only to return to an unforgiving country obsessed with Communism and its sympathizers. Read full book review >
Released: April 30, 1997

"A scholar's illuminating rundown, complete with telling anecdotal detail, on a great war's largely forgotten men."
An affecting wide-angle overview of the POW experience during World War II. Read full book review >