Midwest Book Review: A Lovely Little War
April 15, 2009 — Print this Page
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The Biography Shelf
A Lovely Little War Angus Lorenzen History Publishing Company
PO Box 700, Palisades, NY 10964-0700 9781933909134, $24.95
Sometimes being held against your will isn’t so bad. “A Lovely Little War: Life In a Japanese Prison Camp Through the Eyes of a Child” is the reflections of an Englishman who was interred by the Japanese during World War II when he was only seven years of age. A unique perspective on one of the darkest times in human history with much reflection from Lorenzen offering new insights on the war at large and the Japanese people, “A Lovely Little War” is highly recommended reading for World War II history buffs for bringing something new to the table.
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