|Last Seen Alive
for Missing POWs
From the Korean War
"Dumas was tied to me as we
marched toward the POW camp..."
- Cpl. Roger A. Dumas,
- Reported missing in action
Nov. 4, 1950.
- Reported a prisoner of war in
- "Presumed" dead under U.S.
law in February 1954.
- Army status changed from MIA
to POW in 1984.
- High-priority case for
U.S.-Chinese meeting 1999.
- 'Little reliable information'
at Pentagon Feb. 2000.
"...I saw Roger was led away by two
Chinese...about 100 yards from the
repatriation point" in August 1953. Ex-POW Bobby
- "Dumas. I remember
Dumas...He was with our group of POWs." Ex-POW Ciro
- Documents and Testimony -
American POWs in
- Communist POW Camps after
Korean War Armistice
- The POW Papers: -
Secrets and Denials
- Released by the Chinese
Communists in April 1953, Sgt. Cecil V. Preston
reported the names of more than 30 fellow POWs. A few had died.
Most were still POWs. One was Cpl. Roger Dumas.
More than 3,000 U.S. POWs were released several months later, but
some never came home. For years, reports like Preston's were kept
classified. Now the Pentagon's POW/MIA chief says the U.S.
has no evidence that Cpl. Dumas was "ever captured." READ
THE EVIDENCE HERE.
- DPMO Denial
Chinese May Be Alive
- More POWs
Certified a POW
- The True Story Behind the Search
- the Forgotten Men of the Forgotten
With the fall of Communism throughout the Soviet bloc, new documents
and witnesses of the fearful decades after World War II began to appear.
Among the darkest secrets of Stalinism was the transfer and
exploitation of American and other western prisoners of war.
Soldiers, sailors, Marines and airmen who should have been repatriated
under the Geneva Convention were instead shipped to interrogation centers
and labor camps.
The war in Korea (1950-53) and the Cold War flights that were poorly
disguised as "weather missions" left many hundreds of American servicemen
What were the real connections between the young dictatorship of Kim
Il-Sung, the covert Soviet role in Korea, and the thousands of
still-missing American POWs?
Some of the answers have surfaced. Read them here.
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