From the list on World War II civilian prisoners of the Japanese.
Who am I?
As a professor of Communication, Environmental, and Native American Studies, Bruce E. Johansen taught, researched, and wrote at the University of Nebraska at Omaha from 1982 to 2019, retiring to emeritus status as Frederick W. Kayser research professor. He has published 55 books in several fields: history, anthropology, law, the Earth sciences, and others. Johansen’s writing has been published, debated, and reviewed in many academic venues, among them the William and Mary Quarterly, American Historical Review, Current History, and Nature, as well as in many popular newspapers and magazines. He's married to Patricia E. Keiffer, whose father, mother, and older sister were interned in the camp. Patricia was born there shortly before liberation.
Bruce's book list on World War II civilian prisoners of the Japanese
Discover why each book is one of Bruce's favorite books.
Why did Bruce love this book?
This book is an on-the scene compilation of statistics and drawings, most of which were gathered at the camp. Some of the statistics seem rather trivial, but taken together they provide a fascinating portrait of life at the camp. The same is true for the simple drawings done with rudimentary tools. This book provides a “picture” of the camp that is not available in other sources.
Santo Tomas Internment Camp
Why should I read it?
1 author picked Santo Tomas Internment Camp as one of their favorite books, and they share why you should read it.
What is this book about?
G/-, SOFT COVER, BROWN COVER, 146 PAGES
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