Alternative title: Reconciliation on the Homefront
Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 Barbed Wire & Cherry Blossoms : Anita Heiss on Japanese POWs and the Aborigines
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'Hiroshi's fortunate fate is to find himself protected in the Aboriginal mission.'In depicting an intimate sideline to the story of the breakout of more than 1000 Japanese prisoners from their camp in Cowra on August 5, 1944, Anita Heiss' Barbed Wire and Cherry Blossoms explores different territory from her predecessors...'(Introduction)

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  • Appears in:
    y Brisbane Times 2 September 2016 9999447 2016 newspaper issue 2016
  • Appears in:
    y The Sydney Morning Herald 2 September 2016 12205723 2016 newspaper issue 2016
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    Online

  • Appears in:
    y The Canberra Times 3 September 2016 12205741 2016 newspaper issue 2016 pg. 18
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    With title Reconciliation on the Homefront

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Barbed Wire & Cherry Blossoms : Anita Heiss on Japanese POWs and the AboriginesAustLit Brisbane Times
Barbed Wire & Cherry Blossoms : Anita Heiss on Japanese POWs and the AboriginesAustLit The Sydney Morning Herald
18 Barbed Wire & Cherry Blossoms : Anita Heiss on Japanese POWs and the AboriginesAustLit The Canberra Times
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