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Titre Forgiveness : a gift from my grandparents / Mark Sakamoto.
Auteur Sakamoto, Mark, 1977- author
Éditeur Toronto, Ontario, Canada : Harper Perennial, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers Ltd., 2015.
©2014
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Genre Biographies
Sujet anglais Sakamoto, Mitsue -- Family
MacLean, Ralph -- Family
Japanese Canadians -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
World War, 1939-1945 -- Prisoners and prisons
Japanese Canadians -- Biography
Prisoners of war -- Canada -- Biography
Prisoners of war -- Japan -- Biography
Genre Biographies
Sujet français Sakamoto, Mitsue -- Famille
MacLean, Ralph -- Famille
Canadiens d'origine japonaise -- Évacuation et relogement, 1942-1945
Guerre mondiale, 1939-1945 -- Prisonniers et prisons
Canadiens d'origine japonaise -- Biographies
Prisonniers de guerre -- Canada -- Biographies
Prisonniers de guerre -- Japon -- Biographies
Description 245 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 21 cm
Édition Harper Perennial trade paperback edition.
Note "First published by HarperCollins Publishers Ltd. in a hardcover edition: 2014"--Title page verso.
Résumé "When the Second World War broke out, Ralph MacLean traded his quiet yet troubled life on the Magdalen Islands in eastern Canada for the ravages of war overseas. On the other side of the country, Mitsue Sakamoto and her family felt their pleasant life in Vancouver starting to fade away after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Ralph found himself one of the many Canadians captured by the Japanese in December 1941. He would live out his war in a prison camp, enduring beatings, starvation, electric feet and a journey on a hell ship to Japan, watching his friends and countrymen die all around him. Mitsue and her family were ordered out of their home and were packed off to a work farm in rural Alberta, leaving many of their possessions behind. By the end of the war, Ralph was broken but had survived. The Sakamotos lost everything when the community centre housing their possessions was burned to the ground, and the $25 compensation from the government meant they had no choice but to start again"--Publisher's website.
ISBN 9781443417983 (paperback)
144341798X (paperback)
   
   
 
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 SAINT-MICHEL - Adultes - Documentaires  COLL. ANGL.  920.99405 SAK  DISPONIBLE
 
 
 
   
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