FAITH, HOPE AND RICE: Private Fred Cox's Account of Captivity and the Death Railway
Taken prisoner by the Japanese at the fall of Singapore in February 1942, Fred Cox spent the next three and a half years in a series of POW camps, notably in Thailand working on the aptly named Death Railway. Advised by the doctors to face his horrific experiences, he and his wife Joan spent the winter of 1946-'47 getting his story down on paper, and that story is presented here. Photos.
Publisher: Pen & Sword
Item #: 2970198
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