Essay heading: Experiences of American Prisoners of War in Vietnam

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How many times I had heard, "the Front provides adequately for your livelihood."3 The Vietnamese prison guards and higher ranking officers (cadre) sometimes did not understand why the American prisoners had trouble eating rice and developed "rice rejection" This was more of a mental instability than a physical disease...
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The prisoners also routinely developed dysentery, beri beri, and sometimes suffered from constant massive dehydration. The food that the POWs had available was very little and almost always consisted of a large portion of rice because rice was the major staple crop for the Vietnamese. The American prisoners had a very tough time adjusting to this new diet though...
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