Prisoner of the Turnip Heads: The Fall of Hong Kong and the Imprisionment by the Japanese

Prisoner of the Turnip Heads: The Fall of Hong Kong and the Imprisionment by the Japanese -

It took endurance beyond belief. On Christmas Day, 1941, Hong Kong fell to the Japanese Army, and George Wright-Nooth--along with many other British soldiers and personnel stationed there--became their prisoner. This is their shocking story, captured in Wright-Nooth's secret diary, kept at great risk. What unfolds is the horrifying tale of near ...

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