6 edition of THE RAILWAY MAN found in the catalog.
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
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Scottish-born Eric Lomax, the author of this extraordinary autobiography, The Railway Man, was a young officer with the Royal Corps of Signals when he was captured by the Japanese Imperial Army It was the ending of this book — and specifically the final sentence — that really got me/5.
The Railway Man is a remarkable memoir of forgiveness―a tremendous testament to the courage that propels one toward remembrance, and finally, peace with the past. Eric Lomax, sent to Malaya in World War II, was taken prisoner by the Japanese and put to punishing work on Cited by: 3.
the Railway Man is an awesome story of Resilience, forgiveness and what it means to be human. I had heard about this book during a sermon a few weeks ago.
Normally I do not read anything that even has violence in it, but the way the pastor described the story I had to read it/5(). Eric Lomax's book, The Railway Man, about his experience as a Japanese prisoner of war has inspired a major new film.
But his first family were written out of. It was through Patti that Eric came to first publish the book, inthough The Railway Man is not the memories of an old man. The wartime parts are the notes and diaries of a young soldier.