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Title Semkō sanzenri. English
Masanobu Tsuji's 'underground escape' from Siam after the Japanese surrender / edited, with an introduction and annotations by Nigel Brailey.
Imprint Leiden, The Netherlands : Global Oriental, ©2012.


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Description 1 online resource (xix, 247 pages) : illustrations, map
Note "Original edition published 1952 in Tokyo by Robert Booth and Taro Fukuda as 'Underground Escape'"--Title page verso.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references.
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Subject Tsuji, Masanobu, 1902-
Japan. Rikugun -- Officers -- Biography.
Tsuji, Masanobu, 1902-
Japan. Rikugun.
World War (1939-1945)
World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, Japanese.
China -- Politics and government -- 1945-1949.
1939 - 1949
Genre Biographies.
Personal narratives -- Japanese.
Contents MASANOBU TSUJI'S'UNDERGROUND ESCAPE'FROM SIAM AFTER THEJAPANESE SURRENDER; Contents; Introduction; Author's Foreword to theJapanese Edition; TSUJI MASANOBU'S ESCAPE ROUTE VIA SIAM; Man to Man-1945; Into the Jaws of Death; Annam in Ferment; Proud Chungking; Nanking, After the Returnof the Government; Aspects of a Changing China; A Handful of Earth.
Summary First published in translation from the Japanese in 1952, and long out of print, Colonel Tsuji's account of his escape into Thailand from the Japanese surrender in Bangkok in 1945, and then finding his way into China before returning to Japan in 1948, is a remarkable story, which has its place in the military history of the period.
Other Author Brailey, Nigel J.
Other Title Print version: 9781905246793