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Five Years to Freedom: The True Story of a Vietnam POW Quotes

James N. Rowe
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"Somehow, in the light of what was to come, this mud-floored thatched hut seemed like the ultimate in comfort and convenience. Perhaps this was a reason for the Vietnamese farmer's love for his hut, no matter how poor - it was all relative." Chapter 1, Page 14

"When did this happen? I wondered, looking at a graze wound on my right leg. Small-arms round, not deep, easy Purple Heart, but who the hell wants a Purple Heart?" Chapter 1, Page 52

"Jumping began to fit into its proper place - as a means of infiltrating an area - and just as a commuter takes a train to work, the Special Forces trooper takes a plane and gets out halfway through the ride." Chapter 2, Page 65

"I recalled the chapter in the pamphlet on 'Escape and Evasion' that had said, 'One should attempt to escape as soon after capture as possible, before the enemy can...

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