Forgotten captives in Japanese-occupied Asia /
- Publication info:
- London ; New York : Routledge, 2008.
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- Forgotten captives in Japanese-occupied Asia / edited by Karl Hack and Kevin Blackburn.
- Other Authors:
London ; New York : Routledge, 2008
- Physical Description:
xii, 312 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
0415426359 (hbk.)0203934741 (ebk.)9780415426350 (hbk.)9780203934746 (ebk.)
Table of Contents
- 1. Japanese-occupied Asia from 1941 to 1945: one occupier, many captivities and memories / Karl Hack and Kevin Blackburn
- Pt. I. National memories
- 2. Beyond slogans: Assessing the experiences and the history of the Australian prisoners of war of the Japanese / Hank Nelson
- 3. Monument and ceremony: The Australian Ex-Prisoners of War Memorial and the Anzac legend / Lachlan Grant
- 4. Memory and the prisoner of war experience: The United Kingdom / Sibylla Jane Flower
- 5. Indian POWs in the Pacific, 1941-45 / O. J. Douds
- 6. Dutch memories of captivity in the Pacific War / Remco Raben
- 7. In the eye of a hurricane: Americans in Japanese custody during World War II / P. Scott Corbett
- 8. Canadian experience of the Pacific War: Betrayal and forgotten captivity / Gregory A. Johnson
- Pt. II. Forgotten captivities
- 9. Bridge on the River Kwai and King Rat: Protest and ex-prisoner of war memory in Britain and Australia / Karl Hack and Kevin Blackburn
- 10. Japanese guards in film and memory: White Skin, Yellow Commander / Kaori Maekawa
- 11. Crime and authority within Dutch communities of internees in Indonesia, 1942-45 / Jacco Van Den Heuvel
- 12. Remembering war and forgetting civilians: The place of civilian internees in Australian commemorations of the Pacific War / Christina Twomey
- 13. Internee voices: Women and children's experience of being Japanese captives / Bernice Archer
- 14. Unlikely heroines: Sybil Kathigasu and Elizabeth Choy / P. Lim Pui Huen
- 15. 'Hide and seek': Children of Japanese-Indisch parents / Eveline Buchheim
- 16. Dutch community in Thailand, 1945-46 / Arno Ooms.