PUBLICATIONS

An Enormous Crime: The Definitive Account of American POWs Abandoned in Southeast Asia

 
     by Rep. Bill Hendon & Elizabeth A. Stewart

The dramatic history of living American soldiers left in Vietnam, and the first full account of the circumstances that left them there.
 
An Enormous Crime is nothing less than shocking. Based on thousands of pages of public and previously classified documents, it makes an utterly convincing case that when the American government withdrew its forces from Vietnam, it knowingly abandoned hundreds of POWs to their fate. The product of twenty-five years of research by former Congressman Bill Hendon and attorney Elizabeth A. Stewart, An Enormous Crime brilliantly exposes the reasons why these American soldiers and airmen were held back by the North Vietnamese at Operation Homecoming in 1973 and what these men have endured since.
 

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Leave No Man Behind: Bill Bell and the Search for American POW/MIAs from the Vietnam War

 
  by Garnett "Bill" Bell w/ Goerge J. Veith

Leave No Man Behind is the powerful story of Garnett "Bill" Bell's quest, at great personal cost, to find and bring home the POWs and MIAs of the Vietnam War. With his encyclopedic knowledge of the Vietnamese Communists and his fluency in various regional dialects, he penetrated the system the Communists had created to exploit American POWs for diplomatic concessions, or their remains and personnal effects for financial rewards. In this book, Bell shares his perspective as a witness to history as it unfolded.

Bill Bill is a two-tour Vietnam Vet with 33-years of military service. He was one of the last Americans to leave Vietnam during the fall of Saigon. Mr. Bell was the Pentagon's Chief of the U.S. Office for POW/MIA Affairs. Mr. Bell was awarded the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, Purple Heart, Cross of Gallantry, Combat Infantryman's Badge, the Civilian Meritorious Service Medal, and numerous other decorations.

Leave No Man Behind: Bill Bell and the Search for American POW/MIAs from the Vietnam War

 
  by Garnett "Bill" Bell w/ Goerge J. Veith

Leave No Man Behind is the powerful story of Garnett "Bill" Bell's quest, at great personal cost, to find and bring home the POWs and MIAs of the Vietnam War. With his encyclopedic knowledge of the Vietnamese Communists and his fluency in various regional dialects, he penetrated the system the Communists had created to exploit American POWs for diplomatic concessions, or their remains and personnal effects for financial rewards. In this book, Bell shares his perspective as a witness to history as it unfolded.

Bill Bill is a two-tour Vietnam Vet with 33-years of military service. He was one of the last Americans to leave Vietnam during the fall of Saigon. Mr. Bell was the Pentagon's Chief of the U.S. Office for POW/MIA Affairs. Mr. Bell was awarded the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, Purple Heart, Cross of Gallantry, Combat Infantryman's Badge, the Civilian Meritorious Service Medal, and numerous other decorations.

Men We Left Behind

Perfidy: The Government Cabel That Knowingly Abandoned Our POWs and Left Them To Die

 
  by John Holland & Rev. Patrick Bascio

Co-authored by a career military man, retired Army Sergeant John "Top" Holland and his coauthor, Rev. Patrick Bascio (see more about these two remarkable fellows below) is the incredible story of how high-ranking U.S. government officials in the diplomatic and intelligence communities, along with certain elements in the military, have actively collaborated to cover up the fate of American POWs and MIAs. And as the authors demonstrate beyond any question, Sen. John McCain, himself a former POW, has been perhaps the most adamant roadblock on Capitol Hill in getting to the truth about the POW/MIA controversy. Again, this is something that very few Americans know about. But it's something that the POW and MIA families (with whom Holland and Bascio have worked closely for years) are very much aware of, and they want you and other Americans to know about it. And it's not only a matter of POWs and MIAs from Vietnam. The scandal reaches as far back as Korea and even to World War II, something that AFP's longtime correspondent, the late Mike Blair, wrote about back in the early 1970s. To repeat again that this 224-page volume is a genuine shocker is understating the matter. Once you've read this book you'll see that much of what you think you know about McCain, or about the events of America's wars of the mid-century and their aftermath, is not true.

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