Department of The Army Pamphlet No. 30-101 Communist Interrogation Indoctrination, and Exploitation of Prisoners of War

Department of the Army Intelligence Branch

Published by Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1956
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Department of the Army Pamphlet (DA Pam) 30-101 dated 15 May 1956. From Introduction: 'The purpose of this pamphlet is to acquaint the American soldier with some of the tactics, techniques, and methods of Communist interrogation, indoctrination, and handling of prisoners of war and to suggest some fundamental defenses against these enemy weapons in the event such defenses may some day be required. The succeeding chapters of this pamphlet are devoted to historical and factual information which reveals that the experiences of the American POWs in Korea are not new, unique, or mysterious, but rather, have been reported from every area over which the Communists have gained control. The more common characteristics of Communist interrogation, indoctrination, and propaganda methods will be reviewed so that they may be recognized and resisted. The so-called "brain-washing" technique and the torture of POWs will be discussed in order to dispel some of the misconceptions which exist concerning these subjects. It will be pointed out that determined resistance to these Communist practices is not only logical and possible, but it is the only honorable course of action open to an American soldier.' Includes 'Code of Conduct For Members of the Armed Forces of The United States' as authorized by President Dwight D. Eisenhower, The White House, August 17, 1955. Contents: Introduction, Background of Communism and Communist Handling of Prisoners of War, Communist Treatment of Prisoners of War In Korea, Communist Interrogation iIn Korea, Characteristics of Indoctrination In Korea, Communist Propaganda In North Korea, Resistance. 71 pages. 3" X 2" Coffee stain, and wear on front soft cover. Post-Korean War time period. Inventory #27-2A-002054-3721. Bookseller Inventory # 002054

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Title: Department of The Army Pamphlet No. 30-101 ...

Publisher: Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.

Publication Date: 1956

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:Good

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