Interrogation World War II, Vietnam, and Iraq

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"This fascinating volume adds historical and practical context going back to U.S. policy and practice in interrogations during World War II, the Vietnam conflict, and the most recent U.S. war in Iraq. The book contributes to the high-profile public dialogue on how U.S. military and civilian agencies can best obtain information from prisoners of war and other categories of legal and illegal combatants without compromising the principles upon which the nation was founded. National Defense Intelligence College Professor John ...

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