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Re: Phillip Deane "Captive in Korea"
Title: Re: Phillip Deane "Captive in Korea"
I'm not sure I understand how the Flinders University and the University of Adelaide work. I guess my real question is where I might be able to find a copy as I'm accumulating the memoirs of as many of the Tiger Survivors as possible.
Also, since I assume you live in Australia, you might also be interested in a book entitled March 'Til They Die, written by Father Philip Crosbie, an Australian priest. He was also with the Tigers and is still living "down under." Although his book is out of print, you might be able to lay your hands on a copy.
From: "Martin Dunne" <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, 18 Dec 2001 20:39:50 +1030
Subject: Re: Phillip Deane "Captive in Korea"
> Where did you find the book?
The Flinders University of South Australia. That it is still on open shelves, as opposed to joint storage with the University of Adelaide suggests it has probably been borrowed at some point.
Compliments to Mr. Gigantes, he writes well.