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Allen & Unwin, publishers, North Sydney - ISBN:0863730087 reprint, 1991. softcover, 5½" x 8½. Book in VERY GOOD condition. Thirty-three b&w photographs, 3 maps, glossary, and index. James Boyle, a 25-year-old Australian soldier, was one of thousands of POWs who worked on the Burma railway in inhumane conditions. In great secrecy, he wrote a shorthand notebook about life on the railway, which he buried for safekeeping (it forms the core of this moving story). "I commend this book to those who appreciate an account of gallantry and stoic endurance, well told," - Weary Dunlop.