Beginning in 1946 and lasting right up to the present day, the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine has conducted a unique six-decade-long collaboration with WWII Far East POW's who sought treatment after the war. This account charts the experiences in captivity of a handful of elderly survivors as remembered over six decades after release.
Publisher: Carnegie House
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 5756359
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