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Rawlings, Leo with Supporting Account By Bill Duncan : And The Dawn Came Up Like Thunder -
Rawlings, Chapman Publications, London, 1972
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. SIGNED AND INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR 'TO KATHY McKAY VERY BEST WISHES SINCERELY LEO RAWLINGS'. Stated First Edition. A very clean, tight and unmarked copy. Dustjacket has a little wear to spine head and tail, sides and corner tips and is not price clipped and has a dustjacket protector fitted. Foreword by Lord Mountbatten of Burma. Dedication by Lord Russell of Liverpool. xxxi and 160 pages. Map of the notorious Railway of Death front endpaper and 119 plates. The artist's (1918-1984) now classic work as a prisoner of war for three and a half years of the Japanese in World War II, in which he describes the railway camps, the bridge building on the River Kwai, Changi in Singapore, the fall of Singapore, and all of the horrors experienced by the POW's - all graphically illustrated by his now famous drawings. **** A VERY SCARCE SIGNED COPY **** 3. Illustr.: Rawlings, Leo. Book Condition: Very Good. Binding: Hard Cover. Jacket: Very Good
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