TIN HATS & RICE: A Diary of Life as a Hong Kong Prisoner of War, 1941-1945
An invaluable source of information on the civilian experience in British Hong Kong during the second world war, these diaries record Anslow's thoughts and experiences through the fighting, the surrender, three and a half years of internment in Stanley Camp, then liberation and adjustment to normal life. Illus.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 2862859