Cooking in Captivity: American Civilians in WWII Japanese Prison Camps

12:15 pm Thu, Feb 21, 2013

Venue: Old South Meeting House

310 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02108



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Immediately after attacking Pearl Harbor, the Japanese invaded the Philippines and imprisoned thousands of American civilians who spent the war years deprived of food. Among them was Natalie Crouter, a remarkable Boston-bred woman who kept a diary that describes how a deep longing for food preoccupied every internee. In this lecture with illustrations, author Barbara Haber will share her research of Natalie Crouter's detailed wartime diary. $6; FREE FOR OSMH MEMBERS

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