When There Were Tigers in Singapore: A Family Saga of the Japanese Occupation
Edmund M. Schirmer
An extraordinary story of a German, born a British subject, who finds himself in Singapore at the time of the Japanese takeover. Thanks to his German connections, he escapes immediate internment, but is then found out and joins other European internees. His six year old son, Hans, escapes capture and then has to learn to live by his wits on the streets of war torn Singapore. The author is Hans' son. 359 pages with some black and white photographs.
Weight 0.6 kg. Post free within Malaysia.
Published by Marshall Cavendish Editions, Singapore, 2011.
Condition: New. Paperback.