One of the worst tragedies amongst many in World War II was the deaths of 2400 Prisoners of War in three years during their captivity in Sandakan, Borneo. The author, who prosecuted the war crimes trial against the Japanese camp commandant, draws on his materials to retell the events, tries to understand why it happened and reveals never executed plans to rescue the prisoners. 306 pages. Please see the scan of the contents page for further details.
Weight: 0.7kg. Post free within Malaysia
Published by Sarawak Museum, 1951. First edition. Published by Angus and Robertson, Australia, 1989.
Condition: Near Fine. Paperback.