Sandakan: a conspiracy of silence

Lynette Ramsay Silver SHOP:9781863514248

Revised and updated 2012, 4th edition.

Lynette Ramsay Silver, through painstaking research and interviews with survivors, as well as a study of Japanese records, has pieced together a detailed and highly readable account of the lives and ultimate fate of Sandakan's POWs. Silver tells a gripping and horrifying tale, not only of the prisoners, but of the reasons why their story was kept secret.

Soft cover, photographs, 528 pages.

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