Written by Carina Hoang
The years 1975 to 1996 were witness to the largest mass migration in modern history when more than a million people left war-torn Vietnam by boat in search of safety. Thousands perished when their boats fell apart en route, others succumbed to starvation, dehydration and cold-blooded attacks by Thai pirates.
Combining autobiographical accounts from survivors with evocative images and ephemera from the time, this book is a moving account of the boat people experience.
Large Format Illustrated
(210 x 300mm)
Short Stories & Anthologies
Current Affairs, Culture & Social History
Autobiography, Biography & Memoir
|Publisher||Carina Hoang Communications|
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