Lost in the Cold War the story of Jack Downey, America's longest-held POW
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Lost in the Cold War the story of Jack Downey, America's longest-held POW

"In 1952, John T. "Jack" Downey, a twenty-three-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 Richard "Dick" Fecteau were captured by the Chinese. For the next twenty years,...

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Main Authors: Downey, John T., 1930-2014 (Author), Christensen, Thomas J., 1962- (Author), Downey, Jack Lee (Author)
Corporate Author: JSTOR
Other Authors: Christensen, Thomas
Format: Online Book
Language:English
Published: New York Columbia University Press 2022
Series:A Nancy Bernkopf Tucker and Warren I. Cohen Book on American-East Asian Relations
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Access:Online version
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