When Hell Was in Session by Jeremiah A. Denton Jr.On July 18, 1965, Admiral Jeremiah Denton of the U.S. Navy was shot down during a combat mission over North Vietnam. A prisoner of war for seven and a half years, Denton provided the first direct evidence of torture by the North Vietnamese, blinking in Morse code the word torture during a televised interview before and after which he was tortured. Dentons unshakable faith in God and country sustained him through year of solitary confinement, beatings, starvation and terror. The first edition of When Hell Was In Session sold over 100,000 copies; this special 25th anniversary edition will inspire a whole new generation of readers.
When Hell Was In Session
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Admiral Jeremiah Denton died yesterday at the age of Admiral Denton served seven-and-a-half years as a prisoner of war in Hanoi during the Vietnam War., In , Navy Commander Jeremiah Denton's jet is shot down over North Vietnam and he is captured by the enemy who holds him in various brutal POW camps for more than seven years.
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In the spring of , we celebrated Easter weeks ahead of the rest of the world. I said that we should pray for a sign that would deliver us from our long ordeal. I composed a poem in three stanzas. Almost all of us at Alcatraz had a deep belief in God. Thus, each stanza was eagerly awaited, and the following morning the others would scrape back their comments on my effort. I made up the first stanza for Joanna, one of the holy women.