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  • Sandakanby Lynette Ramsay Silver

    Sally Milner Publications 1999; US$ 15.00

    The story of the Sandakan prisoner of war camp during the closing years of World War II. Of the 2434 servicemen held in the North Borneo camp and its surrounds, only six survived. more...

  • Deadly Secretsby Lynette Ramsay Silver

    Sally Milner Publishing 2016; US$ 14.99

    A sobering aspect of many of the special operations carried out by Australian forces during World War II is that many fine men who volunteered for hazardous service died while carrying out missions that were politically, rather than militarily, motivated. In telling the story of both these raids, author Lynette Silver reveals a number of deadly secrets,... more...

  • Sandakanby Lynette Ramsay Silver

    Sally Milner Publishing 2011; US$ 19.99

    It is August 1945 and World War II is over. Japan has surrendered. As the Western world rejoices, deep in the jungles of British North Borneo the small number of remaining Australian and British prisoners of war are massacred. Of the 2434 prisoners incarcerated by the Japanese at the Sandakan POW camp, only six, all escapees have survived. The POW’s... more...

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