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During the Second World War, thousands of Dutch, British, Australian and American POWs were forced by the Japanese to work on the railways in Burma and Sumatra. 50-80 per cent died under such terrible conditions. Photographer Jan Banning photographed 24 Dutch and Indonesian survivors, bravely revisiting this horrendous ordeal.
FIRST EDITION Trade Hardcover, 17 x 23 cm portrait, 216 pages Section-sewn binding; mixed art papers; endpaper fold-out; silver foil on linen-wrapped cover, back + spine; silver and ‘glow in the dark’ special inks; bookmark ribbon 93 colour and b+w photographs; 3 interior illustrations; 25 storybook (text) pages Published 24 May 2018 | ISBN: 9780994791955
ISBN 978-84-451-3707-9Consejería de Cultura, Turismo y Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid, 2018Design: Natalia Troitiño (N2 Estudio)Texts: Horacio Fernández, Sonia Berger, Luis López NavarroPrepress: La TroupeHardcover13,6 x 18 cm340 pagesEdition: Spanish/English
Flexicover8.2 × 12.5 in228 pages + 2 foldouts64 imagesDesign: Estudio HerreraTrilingual edition (English/Spanish/French) In the course of his travels in Mexico over the last thirty years, Antoine d’Agata has extracted the hair-raising material from which he now constructs this tense, immobile diary.