A LOVELY LITTLE WAR: Life in a Japanese Prison Camp Through the Eyes of a Child
A child of ten when he was liberated from the infamous Santo Tomas Internment Camp, the author writes of the 1,125 days he spent there. He mixes dark moments of adult cruelty with light moments and humor that are a big part of a child's life. Photos.
Publisher: History Publishing Co
Item #: 2828960
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