Bridge House Survivor
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|Author||Henry F. Pringle|
In this never-before-seen account, Henry F. Pringle, a Chinese citizen of British parentage, describes the Japanese occupation of Shanghai from a survivor’s perspective. From the engine room of Imperial Japanese terror—Bridge House Prison—to the prison camps at Haiphong Road in Shanghai and Fengtai near Beijing, this recollection brings to life the tragedy and courage of World War II-era Shanghai. Deeply personal, this rare history is a timely record of the lasting effects of torture.
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