Gavan Daws combined ten years of documentary research and
hundreds of interviews with surrviving POWs to write this
explosive, first-and-only account of the experiences of the Allied
POWs of World War II. The Japanese Army took over 140,000 Allied
prisoners, and one in four died the hands of their captors. Here
Daws reveals the survivors' haunting experiences, from the
atrocities perpetrated during the Bataan Death March and the
building of the Burma-Siam railroad to descriptions of disease,
torture, and execution.
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