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The Watermark Press
Publisher: The Watermark Press
Publication Date: 2004
This is historic detective work at its very best. In The Bridge at Parit Sulong, the author tells the story of an epic battle during one of the most desperate fighting retreats of World War II and the appalling massacre which followed.
Through dogged research, including a full examination of the actual battle site, Lynette Silver has pieced together a story of heroism, mass murder and barbarism.
For sixty years, the names of the Australians murdered at Parit Sulong, the location of their remains, and even the killing field itself, remained a mystery. Now in this gripping saga, the author unravels the true story and uncovers the fate of many others who had just been listed as 'missing in action'.
This thought-provoking book traces, in meticulous detail, the story of these horrific events and how, through an intricate legal chase, the Japanese responsible for the massacre were finally brought to justice.
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