I found this book on google books and have been devouring it. It is so interesting and, at the same time, so sad..
Has anyone read it?
I haven't read it, but I see that Tony Banham recommends it:
Roland’s book is a tour de force. Covering all medical aspects of the fighting and the POW experience, he has interviewed hundreds of survivors to build the most comprehensive coverage in existence. Admittedly the focus is on Canadian veterans, but the lessons learned are applicable to all. Recommended reading. I have been in touch with Chuck for quite a few years now, and he couldn’t be more helpful. He interviewed several hundred Canadian veterans and has shared many of the more useful transcripts with me.
Here's a link to read it on Google Books.
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