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[QUOTE]Originally posted by CashCowMoo: [QB] [QUOTE]Originally posted by glassman: [qb] just out of curiosity, i treid to find how many POW's we released back the North Viet Nam at the end of the war... couldn;t find any figures or even a mention of US releasing them, even tho i know we had them i couldn;t even find out how many we collected.. [b]Dec 8, 1966: North Vietnam rejects Johnson's prisoner exchange proposal The International Red Cross announces in Geneva that North Vietnam has rejected a proposal by President Johnson for a resolution of the prisoner of war situation. He had proposed a joint discussion of fair treatment and possible exchange of war captives held by both sides. The International Red Cross submitted the proposal to North Vietnamese officials in July after Johnson first broached the plan on July 20 at a news conference. No solution was reached on the issue until the Paris Peace Accords were signed in January 1973. By the terms of the accords, all U.S. prisoners were to be released by the following March.[/b] [/qb][/QUOTE]How many POWs in Vietnam never made it home? I have always wondered how many might still be alive somewhere over there. Its hard to believe but someone knows. [/QB][/QUOTE]
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