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Despite the brutal ordeal of being a prisoner, many POWs saw their capture as a personal failure and carried their silent burden for decades. THE PRICE OF FREEDOM is an award-winning film that tells the tale of seven WWII veterans and how they have come together to restore their self-esteem. Intelligent and heartfelt, this is an inspiring film sure to resonate with viewers across America, especially soldiers and veterans of all conflicts.
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By Flags of Our Fathers

from Kerrick, MN

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Comments about PBS The Price of Freedom DVD:

My grandfather was a WWII POW in what was then Muckden, Manchuria. He was held for nine months with 13 others after their B-29 was shot down, and they parachuted out. They didn't know....but towards the end received a hidden note that told them they were being held at the same camp that the men from the Baton Death March were. I can't imagine what he felt when he came home. But this is a great story on DVD. It is so important that we don't forget this GREAT generation!

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courageous men!

By Annio

from Bloomington, IN

Comments about PBS The Price of Freedom DVD:

The portrayal of WWII POW's surviving incredibly difficult circumstances both in prison and then in their private lives back in the States, is extremely well done. I do not have words for the joy I experienced when learning that after 50 years, some were able to join together and receive relief and healing from the trauma, and the condemnation they had so wrongly experienced.

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