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One Man's War
Arneil, Stan
Sun Books,
ISBN 10: 0725103914
ISBN 13: 9780725103910

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One Man’s War.
Arneil Stan      
ISBN: 0725103914
Sun Books Melbourne 1990 Reprint 8vo Trade Paperback 288pp, Described by the Bulletin as "A towering testament to courage, heroism and the human spirit". This remarkable diary of a young prisoner of War in Changi and on the Burma railway. Illus. with photos taken in the camps.  Near Fine
Price: $15.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 436
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One Man’s War
Arneil, Stan      
ISBN: 0725103914
South Melbourne Pan Macmillan Australia Pty Ltd 1/9/1986  0    8vo softcover 284pp b/w illus. very good. Diary of a young Australian Army Sergent, kept as a POW during WWII. 
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Book Number: 55474
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One Man’s War
Arneil Stan      
ISBN: 0725103914
Sun Papermac Australia 1983   Trade Paperback 288 pp, b/w photographs, signed by the author on the half-title page, with a personal dedication to the previous owner. With a foreword by Russel Ward and preface by Manning Clark. This is the remarkable diary of a young prisoner of war, probably the only existing record of the entire period of imprisonment from the fall of Singapore (Changi) in 1942, through the infamous Thai (Burma Railway) camps to the end of the war with Japan.  Very Good
Price: $20.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 71688
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One Man’s War
Arneil, Stan,      
ISBN: 0725103914
Sun Papermac, South Melbourne, 1982.    Softcover. Good Condition/. Reprint. preface by Professor Manning Clark, forward by Professor Russel Ward, An Orientation by Lieutenant-Colonel Noel McG. Johnson, E.D., introduction by author, The Aspinall Photographs, Explanatory Notes: Tropical Diseases, acknowledgements, glossary of terms, maps and documents, photographs and illustrations, an index of persons mentioned. Black coloured endpapers. Black-and-white photographic frontispiece, showing the author and his comrades marching off to war. The text is illustrated with black-and-white photography, some taken under extreme duress (and not to mention personal danger) by a prisoner of war George "Changi" Aspinall, of what it was like to be a Japanese prisoner of war and what conditions the prisoners suffered under, official black-and-white The Australian War Memorial photographs, black-and-white illustrations and facsimiles of documents. Photographic card cover with white and yellow coloured titles to the front panel and backstrip. A little creasing to the book corners and rubbing to the book panels. A unique document, in its much, that it records one young man's diary, who became a prisoner of war at the fall of Singapore in 1942 and then went on to the Burma railway to the end of the war. The author wrote the diary as a document for his family and the surreptitiously taken photographs add atmosphere to an already chilling tale. a clean copy, with what is unusual to see a sewn binding on a paperback, albeit slightly slack. Size: Mid Sized Paperback ( 7" - 9" tall ). 288 pages. Please refer to accompanying picture (s). Quantity Available: 1. Category: Biography & Autobiography; Burma; Military & Warfare. ISBN: 0725103914. ISBN/EAN: 9780725103910. Inventory No: 0256315. 
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Book Number: 0256315
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One Man’s War
Arneil, Stan,      
ISBN: 0725103914
Sun Papermac , South Melbourne, 1982.    Softcover. Very Good Condition/. Illustrator: Photographic. First Edition. preface by Professor Manning Clark, forward by Professor Russel Ward, An Orientation by Lieutenant-Colonel Noel McG. Johnson, E.D., introduction by author, The Aspinall Photographs, Explanatory Notes: Tropical Diseases, acknowledgements, glossary of terms, maps and documents, photographs and illustrations, an index of persons mentioned. Black coloured endpapers. Black-and-white photographic frontispiece, showing the author and his comrades marching off to war. The text is illustrated with black-and-white photography, some taken under extreme duress (and not to mention personal danger) by a prisoner of war George "Changi" Aspinall, of what it was like to be a Japanese prisoner of war and what conditions the prisoners suffered under, official black-and-white The Australian War Memorial photographs, black-and-white illustrations and facsimiles of documents. Photographic card cover with white and yellow coloured titles to the front panel and backstrip. A little creasing to the book corners and rubbing to the book panels. Bookseller's ticket to the lower at edge of the rear book panel. Previous owners notes to the top edge of the title page. A unique document, in its much, that it records one young man's diary, who became a prisoner of war at the fall of Singapore in 1942 and then went on to the Burma railway to the end of the war. The author wrote the diary as a document for his family and the surreptitiously taken photographs add atmosphere to an already chilling tale. Size: Mid Sized Paperback. (16), 288 pages,. Please refer to accompanying picture (s). Illustrator: Photographic. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Biography & Autobiography; prisoner of war diary; 1940s; Military & Warfare. ISBN: 0725103914. ISBN/EAN: 9780725103910. Inventory No: 0113295. This book is light, and postage will be reduced to $7.80 for shipment within Australia. . 
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