HONG KONG AFTERMATH. By Wenzell Brown. Smith &Durrell, Inc.: New York 283 pps. $2.75.
THIS is an eye-witness account of the author's experiences behind the barbed wires of Stanley Prison Camp in Hong Kong. The Book-of-the-Month Club News describes it as "above the general run of war books" and even "a book which rivals Dostoievsky's Memoirs From A Dead House." Certainly, it gives a vivid picture of life under the painful and humiliating circumstanccs of confinement in a Japanese concentration camp.
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