This page presents documented sighting reports of American servicemen held in North Korea during the decades following the Korean War, and the transfer of American servicemen to the former Soviet Union. (More will be added.)
1952 CIA Report
"In one of these camps, called GAYSK, about 200 Americans were kept."
Army Sec. Stevens Telephone Conversation (Memo)
(December 22, 1953)
"Stevens said that a couple of weeks before Big Switch we had the names of 610 Army people that have just disappeared from the camps. The Air Force has over 300 …"
"US military pilots who had been captured in Vietnam and brought to KN at an unspecified time." (August 1968)
Action Request from American Embassy, Seoul to Sec of State, DC.
"North Korean citizen requesting asylum in exchange for delivering 11 sets of U.S. remains and 3 POWs (2 ROK, 1 American) still alive and held in the DPRK."
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