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In 1941 after graduating from the University of Sydney Russell Braddon enlisted in the Australian army Together with thousands of other young Australian soldiers he was sent to Malaya where Allied forces were attempting to halt the territorial expansion of the Japanese Although much vaunted as an impregnable fortress Singapore proved instead to be a deadly trap and Braddon spent almost four years as a prisoner of war after the city fell to the Japanese This is not only the harrowing record of the years he spent struggling for survival in the notorious Pudu Gaol in Changi and in the tragic H Force on the Thai Burma railway but also of the eually brutal treatment of the native populations by the Japanese and the hollowness of the Greater Asian Co prosperity Sphere they promised Braddon emerged from Changi on swollen legs and ulcerated feet from calls with desperate illnesses such as beri beri and other starvation diseases malaria and dysentery Intelligent tough resourceful and tough in body and spirit he was determined to surmount his ordeal He even sharpened his mind by memorising the sole available book Mein Kampf The Naked Island vividly portrays battle and prison life as experienced in the ranks It is a tale of heroism horror sualor starvation and disease endured with fortitude ironic humour and extraordinary ingenuity.

Kindle Russell Braddon Ï Naked Island Kindle ↠ Ï

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