GUERRILLA WIFE by Louise Reid Spencer
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Personal history of a life of exile, as the author, Canadian wife of an American engineer, tells of their existence on the inlands after the fall of Corregidor, when threat of Jap occupation became actuality. Choosing flight rather than internment, they made their way from Masbate to Fanay, from there to ""Hopevale"", and encampment that harbored those who were determined not to surrender. Housing, clothing, food, health -- these problems became grimmer and grimmer, and there was added the concern for the men who had .

ISBN: 1417991054
Publisher: Crowell