Brian Edgar

Brian Edgar was born in Hong Kong's St Paul’s Hospital where his parents lived during the first part of the Japanese occupation. He has taught in universities in Britain and China and is currently an Honorary Research Associate at the University of Exeter.
Brian Edgar
Brian Edgar was born in Hong Kong's St Paul’s Hospital where his parents lived during the first part of the Japanese occupation. He has taught in universities in Britain and China and is currently an Honorary Research Associate at the University of Exeter.

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Witnesses to horror: the Allied civilians in wartime Hong Kong who watched, helpless, as Chinese starved at hands of Japanese

Fear, isolation and constant danger were the lot of Allied civilians initially spared internment in second world war Hong Kong, but that was nothing compared to the atrocities Japanese perpetrated on city’s Chinese population

9 Oct 2017 - 3:50PM

Fear, isolation and constant danger were the lot of Allied civilians initially spared internment in second world war Hong Kong, but that was nothing compared to the atrocities Japanese perpetrated on city’s Chinese population

Witnesses to horror: the Allied civilians in wartime Hong Kong who watched, helpless, as Chinese starved at hands of Japanese