Japanese war crimes & trials murder under the sun /

Being a prisoner of the Japanese during World War II was 17.7 times more lethal than fighting them. Of all white prisoners, 1 in 3 died in captivity. For Asians it was far worse. Prisoners suffered cannibalism, torture and slavery. There was murder by fire, disease, beheading, dissection and starvat...

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Corporate Authors: Lou Reda Productions.
National Historical Society.

Cowles Television Group.

History Channel (Television network)
Other Authors: Weaver, Fritz, 1926-
Jackson, Sammy.

Zimmerman, Mort.

Horan, Don.

Stahl, Norman.

Paschall, Rod, 1935-
Format: Movie VHS
Published:[United States] : Lou Reda Productions; A&E Television, c2002.
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Monmouth College

Location: DVD Collection / Main Level

Call Number: PN805.J3 J37 1996
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