Survivors of WWII in the Pacific

Ronny Herman de Jong
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Genres: Non-Fiction, History, Short Story Collections. Format: Multiple. Views: This Week 8, Total 1049.
Survivors of WWII in the Pacific is an Anthology of eye-witness accounts of the barbaric way the Japanese treated their prisoners during World War Two in the Pacific, men and women alike.

Camp survivors who lived through the war as teenagers describe gruesome details of cruel punishments, diseases and malnutrition, interspersed with hope and a sense of humor. Veterans of the U.S. Navy remember the bloody battles from Pearl Harbor to the bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The author draws from her own personal experiences as a prison camp survivor in assembling the stories, all of which come from men and women she came to know personally. In addition, one story credits the Navajo Code Talkers for being influential in ending the Pacific War.
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