5 edition of The night of a thousand suicides found in the catalog.
The night of a thousand suicides
Translation of Hiroku kaura no bōdō.
|Statement||Translated from the Japanese and edited by Ray Cowan.|
|LC Classifications||PZ4.A79 Ni, PL845.S3 Ni|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||125|
|LC Control Number||75597929|
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The night of a thousand suicides;: The Japanese outbreak at Cowra Hardcover – January 1, /5(1). The Night of a Thousand Suicides book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.4/5. Previously published as' The Night of a Thousand Suicides' by Teruhiko Asad, this Arkon paperback edition is translated by Ray Cowan.
Teruhiko Asada's compelling first person account of the breakout at Cowra Prisoner of War Camp during World War 2 is based on actual events as recounted by one of the prisoners to the author.
the night of a thousand suicides by Teruhiko Asada ‧ RELEASE DATE: Although this is being published as fiction, this is no more and no less than the story as told to Dr. Asada of a mutiny of sorts at a Japanese prisoner of war camp in New South Wales and it is difficult to agree with him that the ""book was written as a novel"" since it is so patently a : Teruhiko Asada.
The 'night of a thousand suicides ' was when the Japanese in the Cowra prison camp attempted a mass breakout on 5 August This story written by one of the Japanese inmates of the breakout.
Book Condition: Used Book - bumped corners of boards, uniform age toning to pages, pages held tight in bindings- otherwise no other major problems. "A Night of a Thousand Suicides" by Teruhiko Asada The novel based on actual events "A Night of a Thousand Suicides" by Teruhiko Asada, took place in an Australian prisoner of war camp, during World War II.
The story involves captured Japanese soldiers. Based on actual events, as recounted to the author by one of the Cowra prisoners, it sheds a vivid light on the moral code which drove a thousand men to seek death, rather than survive the shame of imprisonment"--backcover.
"A Night of a Thousand Suicides" by Teruhiko Asada The novel based on actual events "A Night of a Thousand Suicides" by Teruhiko Asada, took place in an Australian prisoner of war camp, during World War II.
The story involves captured Japanese soldiers planning an escape from an Australian POW camp. BOOK - The Night of a Thousand Suicides - Victorian Collections The Japanese Outbreak at Cowra. Translated from Japanese by Ray Cowan.
Black, hard cover book with black dust jacket, pages. Title: Cowra - Teruhiko Asada's first-person account of 'The Night of a Thousand Suicides' - Translated by Ray CowanAuthor: Asada, TeruhikoCondition: Very GoodEdition: 5th EditionPublication Date: ISBN: Cover: Soft Cover without Dust Jacket - pagesComments: The brief history of the Cowra Escape as experienced from the point of view.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Teruhiko Asada, Ray Cowan. White soft covered book with red and black printing. Red "rising sun". Previously called A Night of a Thousand Suicides.
Size l 18 cm x W 11 cm x D 1 cm Object Registration C Keywords cowra, japanese pow's, japanese pow excapes When Made Inscriptions & Markings Cowra - The Night of a Thousand Suicides Last updated. The Night of a Thousand Suicides. The Japanese Outbreak at Cowra. Sydney: Angus and Robertson, First English Edition.
Hardcover, 8vo, pp. Original cloth boards. Illustrations. Minor shelf wear otherwise VG+ in VG+ dustjacket (very lightly rubbed and chafed). Item # Price: $ The Night of a Thousand Suicides Octavo Size [approx x cm]. Very Good condition in Good Dustjacket - DJ has some light edgewear and is now protected in purpose-made plastic sleeve.
Illustrated with Black and White Photographs. pages The Japanese ourbreak at Cowra. Genre/Form: War fiction Fiction War stories: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Asada, Teruhiko, Night of a thousand suicides.
[Sydney]: Angus and Robertson, . It was this mutual incomprehension between the two races which led to the 'night of a thousand suicides' when the Japanese in the Cowra prison camp attempted a mass breakout on 5 August As a result, Japanese and four Australians were killed.
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