Lost Years: My 1,632 Days in Vietnamese Reeducation Camps

This is a compelling story of what it was like to live in a Vietnamese Reeducation Camp. The conditions were brutal. The guards varied between brutal and greedy, stealing the precious few items the prisoners had managed to acquire. Food was scarce, and at times the prisoners almost starved to death. The psychological abuse was the worst.

For anyone who thinks communism is a good idea, this book should be required reading.

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