North Korean Prison Camps

· Radio Free Asia
24 reviews

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 North Korean prison camps incarcerate up to three generations of families of people who are accused of opposing the government. The inmates are completely cut off from North Korean society, which in turn knows little about the camps.

24 reviews
Tom Kevlar
July 20, 2020
Giving this book 5 stars means that I loved it which I did not. Don't get me wrong. It's a really good and excruciatingly detailed book on the situation and it took me many nights to finish the 58 pages of this book due to how much of a scar this left on my mental state. But the very least we as humans beings can do is hear the stories of those who live such miserable, painful and torturous lives. It hurts me so much that it is taking so long for things to change. It angers me that so many ignore the cries.
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Michael Nielsen
September 10, 2018
Very intriguing and alarming in its own way. Could be considered a rated R book because of how explicit the refugees are. But it needs to be known.
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Shaylee Smith Bartlett
November 19, 2018
Lots of interesting information, information is gory but not over the top. Definitely would recommend:)
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