Discover the details of relatives you may have that were involved in the brutal Korean War, captured and held as a POW. This sequence of events was experienced by thousands of US soldiers during the conflict and these records hold the details of each of them. You will discover there service details, as well as where they were held prisoner and, of course, when they were released.
The Korean POWs (Repatriated) contains 4,446 names of service people in the Korean War of service people considered prisoners of war, therefore casualties of war. This record collection, however, contains names of soldiers that survived the turmoil of war and returned home to the US.
The Korean POW records contain 4,713 names of service people who were held as prisoner's of war during the Korean War and were considered to be casualties of war. Information usually available with these records includes: