In this small volume former Korean Prisoner of War Patrick V. Quinn
shares his personal stories of his time in North Korean/ Chinese
prison camps between 1951-1953. A Peek Inside: "All our talk was
about food or escape. We were always evaluating our situation.There
was no medical care. It was now the survival of the luckiest. All
we could do was hope and pray we would be able to survive the half
cooked beans and cracked corn which seemed like it was tearing
apart our intestines. We were burying at least one and sometimes up
to four or five guys every day. We buried all our dead on what we
called Boot Hill. What with the frozen and rocky ground we were
lucky to dig the graves to a depth of 18 inches. With constant
strafing and rocket attacks it was a living hell."
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