Подавление органами Государственной безопасности СССР бунта бывших членов Национал-социалистической немецкой рабочей партии на секретном НИИ-160 пос. Фрязино в 1948-1949 гг. : первая битва холодной войны
During World War II, 32,260 Americans were held as prisoners of war of the Japanese. Thousands were shipped to do forced labor in the factories, shipyards, & mines of Japan--at the specific request of major Japanese companies. For more than 50 years, this story has gone untold--until now. Combining investigative research, personal interviews with more than 400 ex-POWs, excerpts from POW diaries, & samples of the more than 300 recently declassified documents, Pacific War historian Linda Goetz Holmes reveals the brutal & exploitative practices of Japanese companies during World War II.