November 10-11, 1992

Senate Select Committee on POWs/MIAs

NOVEMBER 10, 1992

Soviet Involvement with Vietnam POW/MIA's, Day 1

The committee heard testimony from government officials and former members of the U.S. armed forces on POW/MIA cases from the Korean War, and the Soviet Union’s involvement in POW/MIA cases from the Vietnam War. Witnesses testified on investigations conducted in the former Soviet Union to determine whether American POW’s may still be held in prisons against their will.

To view the original C-SPAN web page and recording, please click here. The C-SPAN page goes into detail on those who were speaking with links to other C-SPAN POW/MIA recordings and some transcripts of the words spoken during the session. The video is 3 hours, 54 minutes long and a copy on YouTube can be found below.

NOVEMBER 11, 1992

Soviet Involvement with Vietnam POW/MIA's, Day 2

The committee heard from a panel of American representatives of the U.S.-Russian Joint Commission on POWs and a panel of POW family members during the afternoon session of the second day of hearings on POWs from the Korean War and the Cold War.

To view the original C-SPAN web page and recording, please click here. The C-SPAN page goes into detail on those who were speaking with links to other C-SPAN POW/MIA recordings and some transcripts of the words spoken during the session. The video is 4 hours, 37 minutes long and a copy on YouTube can be found below.

To view the United States Senate Select Committee on POW/MIA Affairs Reference Documents (Originally downloaded from the Library of Congress), please select the below hyperlink.

Hearings on Cold War, Korea, WWII POWs (11/11/1992 - Veteran's Day)