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Brainwashed in Peking - Three Years in the Prison of Mao Tse'Tung
Self-Published (Van Coillie, Dries), 1969. 320 pages. "A narrative of the work of dehumanization in China. It can compare with Koestler's 'Darkness at Noon', but is much more dramatic." - De Linie, Amsterdam. "In succession the author underwent the Japanese occupation (30 months of concentration camp), the civil war, and finally five years of the Communist regime. He spent the last three years in prison in the capital. In 1954 he was exiled from China." - from back cover. Usual library markings. Somewhat above - average wear. Binding brittle. A worthy copy of this important work. Former Library Copy
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