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Phyllis tells of her childhood experiences from five to nine years old, when she was interned as a prisoner of war of WWII in Java with her mother and brother in Japanese internment camps for women and children. It is the story of survival, courage, laced with humor, and insights of daily life in captivity. The whole family survived. Phyllis also describes how these early experiences shaped her adult life and career choices.

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