Carolyn Newman. Legacies of our fathers.Carolyn Newman. Legacies of our fathers, Lothian Books, ISBN ISBN
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During September, October and early November 1945, thousands of newly liberated prisoners returned home to begin their post-war lives. Some of them returned to their pre-war families, some came back and started families. Thousands of others didn't survive their incarceration Confinement in a jail or prison; imprisonment.
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Published to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the end of the war in the Pacific, Legacies of our fathers explores the post-war stories of just a few of those former prisoners of the Japanese. The men were told not to talk about their experiences and their families were told not to ask. Many of their children have spent years looking for Looking for
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Now these twenty-three sons and daughters of former prisoners of the Japanese tell their own stories and share the legacies of their fathers' World War II experiences. For many of them the impact of the prison camps has been and continues to be, central to their lives.
The author Carolyn Newman, now based in Sydney's inner west, has spent most of the past nine years researching either for or at the Australian War Memorial The Australian War Memorial is Australia's national memorial to the members of all its armed forces and supporting organizations who have died or participated in the wars of the Commonwealth of Australia. The memorial includes an extensive national military museum. and the Department of Veterans' Affairs. Carolyn has written a number of articles and book reviews for the Australian War Memorial journal Wartime and until recently she also worked as a researcher for the John Curtin This article is about the Australian Prime Minister. For the California state senator, see John Curtin (U.S. Politician).
John Joseph Curtin (8 January, 1885 – 5 July, 1945), Australian politician and 14th Prime Minister of Australia, led Australia when the Australian Prime Ministerial Library in Western Australia Western Australia, state (1991 pop. 1,409,965), 975,920 sq mi (2,527,633 sq km), Australia, comprising the entire western part of the continent. It is bounded on the N, W, and S by the Indian Ocean. Perth is the capital. .