LOST IN THE COLD WAR: The Story of Jack Downey, America's Longest-Held POW
In 1952, Downey, a 23 year-old CIA officer from Connecticut, was shot down over Manchuria during the Korean War. The pilots died in the crash but Downey and his partner Fecteau were captured by the Chinese. For the next 20 years they were harshly interrogated, put through show trials, held in solitary confinement, and more. This is his story.
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Item #: 1987232