White Butterflies

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Pandanus Books, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 239 pages
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This autobiography describes one of the worst but least documented refugee tragedies of World War II. Tens of thousands of civilians perished on the dreaded Hukwang Valley trail, dubbed later by the American General Stilwell as 'the path to hell'. Colin's extraordinary journey takes him from his birthplace in Burma to Britain, and on to Bowral in NSW.

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User Review  - Dee-Ann - Goodreads

My mum lent me this book a few years ago ... it had a different cover. I still rmember it to this day and whenever I see butterflies they remind me of this remarkable and tragic story. Read full review

Review: White Butterflies

User Review  - Goodreads

My mum lent me this book a few years ago ... it had a different cover. I still rmember it to this day and whenever I see butterflies they remind me of this remarkable and tragic story. Read full review

Contents

The Beginning or Was It the End?
3
To Myitkyina
21
The Walk Begins
37
Copyright

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