End the silence
by Read, Dorothy.
Format: Book
Summary: "End the Silence tells the story of Ilse, an Indo-European born into an idyllic childhood in the colonial society of the Dutch East Indies. Ilse's privileged life is forever changed when the Japanese invade her homeland during World War II. She recounts her years of internment in a Japanese concentration camp on Java. Then, at the war's end she walks out of Camp Halmaheira only to walk into the bloody Indonesian revolution where she is targeted for execution by native freedom fighters. Finally, she tells of the pain she suffered trying to cope with her memories in a family that refused to talk about it"--P. [4] of cover.
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Call Number: 959.8022 READ

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