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By Craig Lloyd Faulkner

From the Bataan dying March and the Hell Ships, via worry and hatred, to forgiveness and the sunrise of illumined religious figuring out – and in line with real occasions – a son tells the tale of his father’s fight to outlive as a eastern conflict prisoner after which redeem his damaged life.

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