Fighting Monsters: An Intimate History of the Sandakan Tragedy
Richard Wallace Braithwaite
The author's father was one of the six survivors of the Sandakan Death March in Japanese occupied Borneo during the Second World War. Approximately 1,500 Australian and British prisoners of war died from the experience. Braithwaite retells the story from the different perspectives of all who went through it and also assesses the lasting toll on the survivors. New Paperback. First Edition 530 p[ages.
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