General U.S. Prisoner and Civil War Prisoner of War Studies
General U.S. Prisoner of War Studies
Doyle, Robert C. A Prisoner's Duty: Great Escapes in U.S. Military History. Naval Institute Press, 1997.
Doyle, Robert C. Voices From Captivity: Interpreting the American POW Experience. University Press of Kansas, 1994.
Doyle, Robert C. The Enemy in Our Hands: America's Treatment of Prisoners of War from the Revolution to the War on Terror. University Press of Kentucky, 2010.
Springer, Paul J. America's Captives: Treatment of POWs from the Revolutionary War to the War on Terror. Lawrence: University of Kansas Press, 2010.
Civil War Prisoner of War Studies
Casstevens, Frances H. Out of the Mouth of Hell: Civil War Prisons and Escapes. McFarland and Company, 2005.
Cloyd, Benjamin. Haunted by Atrocity: Civil War Prisons in American Memory. LSU press, 2010.
Hesseltine, William B. Civil War Prisons: A Study in War Psychology. Ohio State University, 1930.
Hesseltine, William B., editor. Civil War Prisons. Kent State University Press, 1962.
Sanders, Charles W. While in the Hands of the Enemy: Military Prisons of the Civil War. Louisiana State University Press, 2005.
Speer, Lonnie R. Portals to Hell, Military Prisons of the Civil War. Stackpole Books, 1997.
Did You Know?
Most visitors exploring Andersonville National Cemetery are unaware that the New York monument has an image sculpted on the reverse side of the memorial. The image on the reverse depicts two Andersonville prisoners. One is seen as dejected while the other appears hopeful. An angel approaches the prisoners carrying an olive branch, the symbol of peace, which was used to represent the reconciliation between the North and the South. More...