Prisoners of War
The fighting along the front line reduces in November and December 1951. The United Nations Air Forces attempts to block the Communist supply lines but the effort is not entirely successful. A biography of General Otto Weyland the commander of the United States Air Force in the Far East. The plight of United Nations prisoners of war held by the Communist. The high death rates among American and South Korean prisoners of war. The cruelty of the North Korean guards. The poor conditions suffered by the Prisoners of War, who after the war became the forgotten vicitms of a forgotten war.
Available from Saturday 27th August