by Martin Booth
Arrow Books, 1986, ISBN 0099460807, paperback
Very Good Condition, a little edge and shelf wear, pages age-toned (see photographs)
"He was Captain Joseph Sandingham of the Royal Signals, stationed in Hong Kong during the winter of 1941. But on Christmas Eve his platoon was ambushed by the Japanese, and he was sent to the living hell of a PoW camp in Kowloon.
Transferred to a slave labour camp in Japan itself, he is present outside Hiroshima on the fateful day when the nuclear bomb is dropped ..."