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By Monika Jensen-Stevenson William Stevenson | Comments: ( 168 ) | Date: ( Dec 09, 2019 )

Two award winning journalists contend that the U.S government has knowingly suppressed evidence of American soldiers still held captive in Southeast Asia Over the course of a five year investigation, the authors became convinced that the safety and interests of these prisoners and their families were being sacrificed to American foreign policy 16 pages of photographs.


  • Title: Kiss The Boys Goodbye: How the United States Betrayed Its Own POWs In Vietnam
  • Author: Monika Jensen-Stevenson William Stevenson
  • ISBN: 9780525249344
  • Page: 324
  • Format: Hardcover

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Comments Kiss The Boys Goodbye: How the United States Betrayed Its Own POWs In Vietnam

  • Susan

    This was first non-fiction historical book I read on the cover-up and the mere fact that our government did indeed leave our POW's and MIA's behind for the sacrifice of American Foreign Policy and operations that were highly questionable and were concealed from the American public for decades. When evidence did surface that their were prisoners of war were still left in the jungles of Vietnam the government denied it and when a soldier came forward to say he was a prisoner of war and that there [...]


  • Peggy

    I alternated between feeling angry and feeling a terrible sense of injustice and sadness.Written by a previous 60 minutes producer, Kiss the Boys Goodbye is a suberb and in depth look at a story no one wanted told, a story that people would do almost anything to supress, and others would sacrifice everything to have told. The research is excellent and very detailed. At times I had to stop reading, just to take a step back. What if, I kept asking myself, what if my father, uncle, brother, husband [...]


  • Nora

    Very good book, worth the time to get through this = = UNBELIEVABLE AND SHOCKING!! Second time I've read this which took me as long to read this time too. Takes a lot of concentration to stay with it. Difficult to read and take in all that goes on "under cover" in our government. Politicians covering up there "red faces" as one lie leads to another, etc. It's hard take!


  • Bill

    Now I know why Ross Perot spoke to George H W Bush with such disdain during the 1980 Presidential debates. GJWB, as CIA chief, left our MIAs there and BOTH knew it!!! Read it and you will understand why the 2,500 MIAs were never rescued. Shame on us!!


  • Mark

    I enjoyed this book. It’s seriously sad to know all the behind the scenes things taking place to hide the fact we had people still over there. It’s a eye opener for sure.


  • William

    Once again this book is another indictment of the US government knowingly abandoning it men at the conclusion of their wars in Southeast Asia. One of numerous books on the POW/MIA issue that everyone should read. When this book was being written and subsequently published these men were still leaving E&E (Escape and Evasion codes) for US satellites to find. The government was still getting credible reports of Americans imprisoned in Vietnam and Laos.


  • Tom Burden

    Excellent and Infuriating Look into Vietnam POWsCompiling years of research and clandestine meetings that would fit a Bond film, the authors present a compelling and dark look into a highly contentious issue.


  • Janet

    Hard information to swallow. Very eye opening!


  • Kathy

    Wowexcellent and sickening and enlightening and sadI have a grandson in the Marine Corps and one going into the Air Force.I will keep praying


  • Beth in SF

    War is ugly, politics is uglier, and individual pain is both hidden and screamed. Commentaries on frustration and despair.


  • Tammy

    Hard to swallow but well-researched and well-done.


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