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Issue Details: First known date: 1989... 1989 We Survived : A Mother's Story of Japanese Captivity
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Twenty six years old with three children, aged four and a half, three and one year and pregnant with the fourth, Nell van de Graaff lived through three years of imprisonment by the Japanese in West Java.

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  • Other formats: Also large print.

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

Language: Japanese
    • Tokyo, Honshu,
      c
      Japan,
      c
      East Asia, South and East Asia, Asia,
      :
      Nashi no Kisha ,
      1996 .
      Alternative title: Jawa de yokuryu sareta orandajin josei no kiroku
      Extent: 202p.
      Description: illus., maps, ports.
      Note/s:
      • Neru fan de Gurafu cho ; Watase Masaru, Utsumi Aiko yaku ; Utsumi Aiko kaisetsu.
      ISBN: 4816696008

Works about this Work

Australia's Cultural Identity Now Janette Turner Hospital , 2005 single work essay
— Appears in: New Literatures Review , October no. 44 2005; (p. 5-13)
Among her reflections on Australian cultural identity, Janette Turner Hospital gives examples of two writers from non-Anglo-Celtic backgrounds and the difficulties they have faced in being accepted as 'Australian writers'.
Untitled Dewi Anggraeni , 1990 single work review
— Appears in: AIA News , March 1990;

— Review of We Survived : A Mother's Story of Japanese Captivity Nell Van De Graaff , 1989 single work autobiography
Untitled Dewi Anggraeni , 1990 single work review
— Appears in: AIA News , March 1990;

— Review of We Survived : A Mother's Story of Japanese Captivity Nell Van De Graaff , 1989 single work autobiography
Australia's Cultural Identity Now Janette Turner Hospital , 2005 single work essay
— Appears in: New Literatures Review , October no. 44 2005; (p. 5-13)
Among her reflections on Australian cultural identity, Janette Turner Hospital gives examples of two writers from non-Anglo-Celtic backgrounds and the difficulties they have faced in being accepted as 'Australian writers'.
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