🏆 2021 BIBA® Non-Fiction: Military History Winner!

The Party Dolls

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🏆 2021 BIBA® Non-Fiction: Military History Winner!

In May 1969, two American prisoners of war escaped from a brutal Hanoi prison camp called the Annex. Their story is one of incredible bravery against the longest of odds. It’s also one of bitter conflict. Air Force Captains John Dramesi and Ed Atterberry escaped with help from their fellow prisoners, but that help was not given freely. The suffering it brought killed Atterberry, and scarred others for life. THE PARTY DOLLS is the riveting, true Vietnam War story of a failed escape code-named “the Party,” told by the former POWs who planned it. Author and former Air Force journalist George Hayward wrote it based on interviews he did between 1995 and 2002 with those POWs, and never released until this book. This is the most detailed account ever released of a heroic yet divisive—and little-known—episode from a divisive American conflict.

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