Behind Bamboo - Hell on the Burma Railway

Author(s): Rohan Rivett

Military

Foreword by Weary Dunlop.

The bestselling memoir of life as an Australian POW on the notorious Thai-Burma railway.

Rohan Rivett was a journalist in Singapore when it fell to the Japanese in 1942. He escaped south - across the treacherous Bangka Strait - to Indonesia, but was soon captured and became just one of thousands of POWs struggling for existence in a Japanese camp. The struggle was to last for more than three years.

Behind Bamboois unflinching in its honesty and haunting in its realism. It is a vivid, compelling testament to the Australians' will to survive and their unassailable spirit in the face of the most callous inhumanity.

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General Fields

  • : 9780140149258
  • : penguin
  • : penguin
  • : March 1991
  • : {"length"=>["20"], "width"=>["13"], "units"=>["Centimeters"]}
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Rohan Rivett
  • : Paperback
  • : en
  • : 400