VICTORY IN DEFEAT: The Wake Island Defenders in Captivity, 1941-1945
Vividly chronicles the fate of the Wake Island defenders, who endured over three years in Japanese POW camps. Drawing on interviews with their captors, dozen of prisoners, and the diaries they secretly kept, Urwin reveals how the defeated Americans survived in captivity. This story of survival is a testament to the captives themselves. 16 pages of photos.
Publisher: Naval Institute
Item #: 3816656
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