A US marine with North Korean prisoners of war in Korea in 1953. Photo: Alamy

The Korean war – an intriguing new angle in book about POW interrogations and the captives’ fate after armistice

  • Their battlefields were dimly lit wooden huts rather than rice paddies or mountains, but the contest for information was just as relentless
  • Monica Kim’s book is at its best recounting the experiences of prisoners and their interrogators – including Japanese the US had interned in second world war
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A US marine with North Korean prisoners of war in Korea in 1953. Photo: Alamy
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