A Legacy Of Chains w/ Phil Kraske – Ep 106
Phil Kraske, author of 11/9 And The Terrorist Who Loved Bonsai Trees, joins us to discuss his new book, A Legacy Of Chains, a collection of short stories where the main story focuses on the history of Vietnam POW’s left behind following the U.S. withdrawal in 1973. We discuss Robert Garwood, an American POW who returned home in 1979 under a wave of suspicion about his captivity and was prosecuted for it, despite large numbers of POW’s in similar circumstances not being charged.
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