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"Riveting, inspiring, terrifying, and tragically sad." (New York Times Book Review)
"A document of the power of the human will....A quarter-million Chinese survived the horror of Nanking because John Rabe didn't hesitate to act." (Boston Globe)
This book is not set up in story fashion and it lets the journal of a splendid man, who was a nazi in China, tell the story of ww2 through his eyes. The depictions of war torn towns I will never forget.
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