I Escaped from Hong Kong

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I Escaped from Hong Kong

By Jan Henrik Marsman
Reynal, 1942
249 pp. $2.50

The author, a Dutch-born businessman many years resident in the Orient, was caught in Hong Kong on the day the Japanese struck there without warning. By a series of hair-raising adventures he managed finally to escape into Free China with this story of Hong Kong's fall and of the atrocities inflicted on its inhabitants by the Japanese Army.

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