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❰Read❯ ➪ 50 Years of Silence Author Jan Ruff-O'Herne – Ruseeds.co The long idyllic summer of Jan Ruff O'Herne's childhood in Dutch colonial Indonesia ended in 1942 with the Japanese invasion of Java She was interned in Ambarawa Prison Camp along with her mother and ❰Read❯ ➪ 50 Years of Silence Author Jan Ruff-O'Herne – Ruseeds.co The long idyllic summer of Jan Ruff O'Herne's childhood in Dutch colonial Indonesia ended in 1942 with the Japanese invasion of Java She was interned in Ambarawa Prison Camp along with her mother and The long idyllic summer of Jan Ruff O'Herne's childhood in Dutch colonial Indonesia ended in with the Japanese invasion of Java She was interned in Ambarawa Prison Camp along wi.

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Epub Jan Ruff-O'Herne ë 50 Years of Silence Kindle Û 50 Years Epub / ë Jan O’Herne was born in at Bandoeng in central Java After the Japanese invasion of the NEI she her mother and her two sisters were interned along with thousands of other Dutch women and children in a disused and condemned army barracks at AmbarawaIn February a truck arrived at the camp and all the girls years and above were made to line up in the compound The ten most attrac.

10 thoughts on “50 Years of Silence

  1. Diane in Australia Diane in Australia says:

    Epub Jan Ruff-O'Herne ë 50 Years of Silence Kindle Û 50 Years Epub / ë years free, silence ebok, 50 Years book, 50 Years of Silence ePUBJan was the first European 'comfort woman' to come forward with her story of being forcibly raped in a brothel set up for Japanese officers Before the war she had purposed in her mind to become a Catholic nun She tells her story with a gentle touch and yet reveals the terrible toll they all paid as POWs during WWII4 Stars Outstanding It definitely held my interest


  2. Natalie Natalie says:

    Epub Jan Ruff-O'Herne ë 50 Years of Silence Kindle Û 50 Years Epub / ë years free, silence ebok, 50 Years book, 50 Years of Silence ePUBJan Ruff O'Herne lived an idyllic childhood in Indonesia until the Japanese invaded during World War 2 She was imprisoned in horrific conditions with her mother and sisters in a prisoner of war camp just for being Dutch From there she was taken to a brothel for Japanese soldiers and was repeatedly raped Throughout her whole ordeal she kept her strong faith in God and continually inspired the other women by praying with them and reading the Bible to them I was continually inspired by her loving giving and forgiving nature I am blessed to have met Jan a few times as she is friends with my husband's Grandad and she is a beautiful lady with an inspiring Catholic faith


  3. Talia Carner Talia Carner says:

    Epub Jan Ruff-O'Herne ë 50 Years of Silence Kindle Û 50 Years Epub / ë years free, silence ebok, 50 Years book, 50 Years of Silence ePUBThe mass rape as a tool of war has been used throughout history to break a nation’s spirit But the Japanese treatment of women in all the countries they’ve conuered during WWII was self serving as they placed thousands of captured women in “Comfort Stations” to satisfy the sexual needs of its armyAround the Pacific Rim the enslaved women were Asian and over the decades that have passed the voices of the survivors—outrage and pain—were often lost At the 1995 International Women’s Conference in Beijing I listened to the haunting testimony of a Filipina who decried the governments’ refusal to recognize both the victimhood of the women who had lived many committed suicide and others died of disease and the lifelong conseuences eg in the patriarchal societies to which they return they often could not marry which subject them to a life of near starvation and dependency on the kindness of relatives—who often shu


  4. Kimberly Westrope Kimberly Westrope says:

    Epub Jan Ruff-O'Herne ë 50 Years of Silence Kindle Û 50 Years Epub / ë years free, silence ebok, 50 Years book, 50 Years of Silence ePUBThis is a very moving memoir of a young woman who along with her family was sent to a prison camp when the Japanese army invaded Indonesia Along with nine other young women she was sent to live a


  5. Tracey Anderson Tracey Anderson says:

    Epub Jan Ruff-O'Herne ë 50 Years of Silence Kindle Û 50 Years Epub / ë years free, silence ebok, 50 Years book, 50 Years of Silence ePUBI had thought early on that this would be a four star memoir at best As I read on I became astounded at the strength and courage of this former comfort woman To be able to keep such strong faith whilst going through something so traumatic and be able to still comfort others at the same time is something I'll never fully comprehend Jan kept her terrible secret for fifty years and only to help others did she come forward Jan Ruff O'Herne is extraordinary


  6. Herman Herman says:

    Epub Jan Ruff-O'Herne ë 50 Years of Silence Kindle Û 50 Years Epub / ë years free, silence ebok, 50 Years book, 50 Years of Silence ePUBI was interested in this topic after reading A Pledge of Silence By Flora J Solomon I had heard of this book but hadn’t seen any reviews or didn’t even know it’s name I had to go digging looking for it As a book it wasn’t written as well as A Pledge of Silence it had the personal narrative voice throughout and in a way it held you at arms length Jan Ruff O’Herne shared much of her life but not really her vulnerability You passed through her experience but you do not linger and the three months of being raped in a brothel was handled respectfully and had just a few stories and details Of course it’s a fine line between talkin


  7. MaryJo Dawson MaryJo Dawson says:

    Epub Jan Ruff-O'Herne ë 50 Years of Silence Kindle Û 50 Years Epub / ë years free, silence ebok, 50 Years book, 50 Years of Silence ePUBThis is an inspiring narrative skillfully told of the life of this courageous woman Her happy childhood and strong faith based upbringing is what gave her the strength to survive the horrors endured during the 3 12 years of Japanese occupation in her homeland of Indonesia By far the worst time was the 3 months of being forced into sexual slavery for the use of the Japanese soldiersClinging to Go


  8. Paula Paula says:

    Epub Jan Ruff-O'Herne ë 50 Years of Silence Kindle Û 50 Years Epub / ë years free, silence ebok, 50 Years book, 50 Years of Silence ePUBA lesson to my lack of knowledgeThis was a good book Opened my eyes to the unknown secrecy of war The abuses of not only the pow men but what the women went through as well The strengths of women and their strength in the power of prayer A very strong generation of men and women


  9. Goh Jiayin Goh Jiayin says:

    Epub Jan Ruff-O'Herne ë 50 Years of Silence Kindle Û 50 Years Epub / ë years free, silence ebok, 50 Years book, 50 Years of Silence ePUBA simple yet horrifying account on one person's story of being a comfort woman during the war It is sad to read but thank you for sharing your s


  10. Meka♥books Meka♥books says:

    Epub Jan Ruff-O'Herne ë 50 Years of Silence Kindle Û 50 Years Epub / ë years free, silence ebok, 50 Years book, 50 Years of Silence ePUBThere are no words that I can string together to write a review that would adeuately express the facet of emotions I went through while reading this heart wrenching account of family love inspiration despair hopeless fear dread just to make my way back to love again I cried throughout and felt for all the woman and men who were torn away from their families and placed into war camps I was appalled to read how cruelly humans treated other humans How these prisoners of war were starved to the point of bones protruding and death How sickness ravished their bodies without the aid of medicine I was especially sickened about the young women who were forced into Japanese brothels forced to give their virginal bodies over and forced to abort their captures children Although these prisoners of war were so physical weak their spirits remained high and steadfa


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