xvii, 139 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : 24 cm
A British soldier shares his graphic memories of hardships and horrors as a POW who did time as a slave laborer on the Burma Railway while being detained by the Japanese for three and a half years. Discusses how the nightmare of those events continues to affect his life long after the war
Over the brink -- Baptism of fire -- Fighting retreat, Inevitable defeat -- Prisoner of the Japanese -- The railway of death -- 'Speedo!' -- Logs and ducks -- Raids, repairs, and rackets -- The road to liberation -- Rest and rehabilitation -- Homecoming -- Settling down -- Coming to terms
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