Aussie soldier: prisoners of war

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This collection of heartfelt stories and anecdotes from Australian POWs will take you on their very personal journeys. Interviews, written records, images, and letters provide an insight into captivity and the joy and fears that came with release. These vivid and compelling stories highlight the contradictions of war: compassion and generosity on one hand, cruelty and indifference on the other. Soft cover, photographs, 316 pages.

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