Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 26, No 25

VICTORY—AND FREEDOM !REJOICING IN THEIR LIBERATION FROM JAPANESE PRISONS News of the Japanese surrender was the cause of great rejoicing throughout the world but nowhere was it greater than in the enemy prison cr.mps for to the men and women there it meant not only the end of the war but the end of along term of hardship humiliation and untold suffering. This picture of British and American prisoner. freed near Tokyo teils it. own tale of the jubilation felt by all who suddenly found themselves delivered out of the cruel enemys hands. 1577
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