Behind a Curtain of Silence: Japanese in Soviet Custody, 1945-1956 William F. Nimmo

ISBN: 9780313257629

Published: August 3rd 1988

Hardcover

159 pages


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Behind a Curtain of Silence: Japanese in Soviet Custody, 1945-1956  by  William F. Nimmo

Behind a Curtain of Silence: Japanese in Soviet Custody, 1945-1956 by William F. Nimmo
August 3rd 1988 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 159 pages | ISBN: 9780313257629 | 4.21 Mb

Most Americans are unaware that Soviet forces detained and imprisoned Japanese soldiers and civilians on a massive scale following World War II. In addition to interning large numbers of Japanese nationals in Soviet-occupied territories, the Red ArmyMoreMost Americans are unaware that Soviet forces detained and imprisoned Japanese soldiers and civilians on a massive scale following World War II. In addition to interning large numbers of Japanese nationals in Soviet-occupied territories, the Red Army deported more than half a million Japanese to labor camps in Siberia and other parts of the USSR.

Despite efforts to gain their release, repatriation was not complete until 1956. William Nimmos book is the first work in English to provide a detailed account of this little-known aspect of the wars aftermath.



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