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The true story of Vivian Bullwinkel, a young Army Nursing Sister who was evacuated from Singapore during the Second World War, and became the sole survivor of a Japanese massacre. Vivian went on to survive 3 and a half years of depravation as a prisoner of war.

Soft cover, photographs, 240 pages.

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