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Is this real? Clarence thought numbly. When will it end? . . . They were jammed with other prisoners into boxcars and transported by rail to the town of Capas. . . . Although Clarence kept no count, many men died in the boxcars���but there was no room for them to fall.
War wasn't what Clarence expected . . .
Through the Bataan Death March, through prison camps in the Philippines and Taiwan, through four months aboard a Japanese hell ship, and finally through a forced labor camp at Kosaka, Japan, Bramley never gave up.
This powerful, gripping true story of surviving brutality with optimism and faith is guaranteed to remind you to never lose hope���not in yourself, not in your country, and not in the values for which it stands.