Captured, Not Conquered: The American POW Experience in the First World War
Captured, Not Conquered is a survey history of the American prisoner of war experience in the First World War. It encompasses U.S. forces as well as Americans in foreign service. It contains tables, charts and photographs from official records and documents over 100 escapes from Imperial German captivity. It documents German intelligence interrogation tactics, techniques and procedures, Allied intelligence activities, POW life and treatment and the evolution of POW intelligence. Includes bibliography, notes and index.