Beneath the Shadow

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Beneath the Shadow

By James Bertram
Day, 1947
308 pp. $3.50

A young New Zealander recounts, with intelligence and without malice, his adventures in the Far East from 1939 to 1946, such as participation in the defense of Hong Kong, a long period of Japanese captivity (including two years in Tokyo), and a postwar assignment with the Far Eastern Commission.

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