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And the Dawn Came Up Like Thunder: Autobiography of an Artist at War and What Came After

Leo Rawlings

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ISBN 10: 0903488000 / ISBN 13: 9780903488006
Editorial: Chapman Publications, UK, 1972
Condición: Very Good Encuadernación de tapa dura
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Leo Rawling's classic work as a prisoner of war for three and a half years of the Japanese in World War II, in which he describes the railway camps, the bridge building on the River Kwai, Changi in Singapore, the fall of Singapore, and all of the horrors experienced by the POW's - all graphically illustrated by his now famous drawings. Well bound in clean black cloth with gilt titling to spine. Corners and spine ends all very good. Text pages and eps are all clean with no markings or inscriptions. D/J is protected in removable clear cover, but underneath there are signs of rubbing and edgewear. Despatched same or next working day in protective packaging. N° de ref. de la librería 007715

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Título: And the Dawn Came Up Like Thunder: ...

Editorial: Chapman Publications, UK

Año de publicación: 1972

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro: Very Good

Condición de la sobrecubierta: Good

Edición: 1st Edition

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Sinopsis:

Leo Rawlings' story is told in his own pictures and his own words. For the first time the cruelty inflicted on the prisoners of war by their own officers is depicted, as well as shocking images of POW life. This edition includes pictures never before published and many printed for the first time in color, as well as an extensive new commentary by Dr. Nigel Stanley, an expert on Rawlings and the medical problems faced on the Burma Railway. More than just a commentary on the history and terrible facts behind Rawlings' work, it stands on its own as a guide to the hidden lives of the prisoners. For the first time, the pictures and original texts are printed in a large format edition. It includes an account of how Rawlings' book was published in Japan by Takashi Nagase (well known from Eric Lomax's book The Railway Man) in the early 1980s.

About the Author:

Leo Rawlings (1918-1990) was a private in the 137th Field Regiment Royal Artillery.

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