THE EMPEROR'S GUEST
During his years as a prisoner of war, Fletcher-Cooke witnessed and was subjected to a wider spectrum of man's inhumanity to man then he could have imagined, as he writes in his memoirs. But he emerged from his descent into hell a wiser and better man, emphasizing the fact that indomitable courage and great strength of character are often revealed only in adversity.
Publisher: Pen & Sword
Item #: 292045X
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