From Syonan to Fuji-Go:
The Story of the Catholic Settlement of Bahau in WWII Malaya
For the first time the author gives a comprehensive account of an under reported series of events during the Japanese occupation of Malaya. At the time of the fall of Singapore several Catholic families, mainly Chinese and Eurasian, fled to Bahau in Negeri Sembilan as a refuge from the upheaval of the war. Through research of written records and conversations with survivors, who included her mother, Hodgkins has managed to piece together an unusual story of this group. 266 pages with an index.
Condition: New. Paperback.
Published by Select Publishing, Singapore, 2014, First Edition