The untold story of the Sandakan Death Marches of the Second World War – Sandakan by Paul Ham


Paul Ham

The untold story of the Sandakan Death Marches of the Second World War.

This is the story of the three-year ordeal of the Sandakan prisoners of war – a barely known episode of unimaginable horror. This important and harrowing book narrates the full story of Sandakan, as told through the experiences of many of the participants. Paul Ham has interviewed the families of survivors and the deceased, in Australia, Britain and Borneo, and consulted thousands of court documents in an effort to piece together exactly what happened to the people who suffered and died in British North Borneo, and who was responsible.

Includes a link to the letter from the author to the Emperor of Japan and an interview with the author  =>