The Railway Man
Publish date: June 6th 1996
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
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The Railway Man by Eric LomaxThe Japanese treatment of their Prisoners Of War during World War Two is about as monstrous as it's possible to imagine. Curiously though, and despite some horrific personal experiences at the hands of his captors, Eric Lomax's account is most memorable as an inspiring, ...
I've been talking about going to see the Railway Man in the cinema with friends but wanted to know more about it, so I thought I'd give the book a chance. That nice little plan also fits in with my endeavour to read more non-fiction this year. (It's not a challenge as such but I noticed that fiction...
I’ll be honest; it was the film trailer that made me want to read this. Once I found out it was a book, I had to read it first; and it’s definitely one that needs reading. It revealed a lot of my ignorance. I’ve read a lot of trauma literature, especially Holocaust accounts and novels due to my st...
bookshelves: winter-20132014, published-1995, nonfiction, autobiography-memoir, war, burma, under-500-ratings Read from January 03 to 10, 2014 R4x1. Eric Lomax's best-selling autobiography, featuring his wartime experiences as a prisoner of the Japanese. Read by Alec Heggie.2. The outbreak of t...
Talk about man's inhumanity to man. Eric Lomax was a POW of the Japanese in WW2 and worked on the infamous Burma railway. This is his memoir of his life before the army, his experience of war and the terrible treatment and torture he suffered as a POW. It also deals with the impact that had on his l...