A tale of survival featuring a doctor's family in Burma. When the Japanese invade in 1941 they flee to India, only for the doctor and his daughter to be killed in Hindu-Moslem violence. The granddaughter escapes to Ireland, eventually marrying the son ofa Holocaust victim.
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