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KWAN, MICHAEL DAVID
Things That Must Not Be Forgotten a Childhood in Wartime China
MacFarlane Walter & Ross, 2001. Softcover. ISBN: 1551990695. Tight unmarked book in clean covers. ; 0.71 x 8.7 x 5.55 Inches; 256 pages. Near Fine .
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KWAN, MICHAEL DAVID
Things That Must Not Be Forgotten : A Childhood in Wartime China
London, Mainstream Publishing, 2001, First British Edition. (ISBN: 1840184302) Hard Cover with dust jacket, 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Winner of the Pacific Rim Book Prize in 2000. which balances the innocent insight of childhood against the grim machinations of war, self-preservation against brutal authority, love of family against love of country. Clean, square hardback in an unclipped d/w - 240 pages. Very Good/Very Good.
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KWAN, MICHAEL DAVID
Things That Must Not Be Forgotten : A Childhood in Wartime China
Toronto: Macfarlane Walter & Ross, 2000. First Edition. Hardcover. ISBN: 1551990490. Tight unmarked book in crisp dust jacket. ; 244 pages; Winner of the 2002 Canada-Japan Literary AwardTo grow up in Beijing in the 1930s was to become engulfed in the colossal struggle between ideologies, and between nations, that shaped modern China. Born into privilege, separated from the filthy chaos of the city by servants and limousines and the stone walls of the Legation Quarter, Michael David Kwan felt his pampered life disintegrate as the Japanese overran China in 1938 and the world moved closer to war. Gradually, inexorably, the family was drawn into the maelstrom. Kwan’s father, a wealthy railway administrator, became active in the resistance against the Japanese. Chiang Kai-Shek’s nationalists and Mao Tse Tung’s emerging communists were united against the invaders, but Kwan’s father knew it wouldn’t always be so. He had to protect his interests, his family, and his future any way he could. In Beijing, the Kwan household became a gathering place for high-level resistance members. At their summer villa in Baidahe, the family surreptitiously aided the guerrillas in the nearby mountains. In Qingdao, the Kwans lived next door to a Japanese admiral and his wife. From his treehouse overlooking their garden, little David innocently befriended the Japanese couple while his father, now Commissioner of Finance in the pro-Japanese government, secretly worked for the resistance, even sheltering a wounded U.S. airman. Disclosure would have meant summary execution for the entire household. After the dropping of atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and Japan’s surrender, the family’s problems were exacerbated. David’s father, now imprisoned, had to prove he was not a collaborator but rather a leader of the resistance. China moved toward chaos as the nationalists and the communists vied for power. David, at age 12, was sent to relatives in Shanghai before being spirited out of the country, not knowing if he’d ever see his family again. Things That Must Not Be Forgotten balances the sweet epiphanies of childhood against the grim machinations of war, self-preservation against brutal authority, love of family against love of country. It is a book that will resonate in readers’ minds long after they have turned the final, wrenching page.. Fine in Fine dust jacket .
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KWAN, MICHAEL DAVID
Things That Must Not Be Forgotten: A Childhood in Wartime China
Macfarlane Walter & Ross, 2001. Softcover. ISBN: 1551990695. Stiff clean book in crisp covers; name to front inside cover. ; 8.70 X 5.55 X 0.71 inches; 256 pages. Near Fine .
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KWAN, MICHAEL DAVID
Things That Must Not Be Forgotten: A Childhood in Wartime China
Toronto, Canada, MacFarlane Walter & Ross. 2000. (ISBN: 1551990490). Cloth, 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Hardcover, Great copy, deep orange-gold endpapers, extremely clean and tight textblock. Cloth binding with minor shelf wear. Unclipped dust jacket, mylar sleeved, with minimal edge and spine wear. 244pp. Very Good+/Very Good+ (in mylar).
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Keywords: 1930's Beijing Childhood, Michael David Kwan Biography, Michael David Kwan Childhood in Wartime China China 1551990490

 
KWAN, MICHAEL DAVID
Things That Must Not Be Forgotten: A Childhood in Wartime China
Flamingo, Australia, 2001. Softcover. Very Good . 9780732270742 Size: 9"- 10" Tall. Category: Biography & Autobiography; Aborigines; ISBN: 073227074x. ISBN/EAN: 9780732270742. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 007152.
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KWAN, MICHAEL DAVID
Things That Must Not be Forgotten: A Childhood in Wartime China
Edinburgh, United Kingdom, Mainstream Publishing Co Ltd. 2001, First Edition. (ISBN: 1840184302). Hardcover, 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Fine Copy in Very Good + clipped D/J. Free of inscriptions and clean text. Fine/Very Good.
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