Child of War: Son of Angels: A Child's Memoir of Horror and Reconciliation While Imprisoned in World War II-Torn Philippines

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Only hours after bombs fell on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, the Philippine Islands were attacked by Japan. Living on the islands at that time was youngster Curtis Tong; his two sisters, Eloise and Annarae; and his parents, Walter and Margaret, American missionaries posted in the Philippines. A forced march to Camp John Hay in Baguio with five hundred other American and British prisoners of war introduced this family to a new life of fear and starvation. Author Curtis Tong vividly recalls his three years as a child ...

Child of War: Son of Angels: A Child's Memoir of Horror and Reconciliation While Imprisoned in World War II-Torn Philippines 2009, iUniverse.com

ISBN-13: 9780595461677

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Child of War: Son of Angels: A Child's Memoir of Horror and Reconciliation While Imprisoned in World War II-Torn Philippines 2009, iUniverse.com

ISBN-13: 9781440120442

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