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London: Frederick Muller Ltd, 1960. True story of a woman's ordeal during the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong. Ellen Field might have been interned with the rest of the British civilians. Instead remembering her Irish descent, she claimed to be neutral and fooled the Japaneses into believing her. She then set about organising food and medical supplies for the imprisoned British and Canadian troops, of which her father and husband were among. Blue bds with silver gilt spine title, school award presentation plate pasted to fly, pp 232, with book sellers stamp to rear fly, sf to fore edge. Original pictoral wrapper with aged spine and the fox spot, mild edge wear. A clean tight copy.. First Edition. Buckram. Very Good++/Very Good++. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.