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About Hulda Bachman-Neeb
Hulda Bachman–Neeb was born in Indonesia of colonial Dutch parentage two years before the Pearl Harbor attack on December 7, 1941. Because much of Asia fell under Japanese control, all non-Asians were imprisoned in concentration camps until August of 1945, the end of the war in the Pacific.
As a member of the Dutch Foreign Service in her adult life, Hulda held assignments in twenty-five countries over a period of thirty-six years, retiring in 1996.
She is married to an American, James Bachman, a historian and author, and has dual citizenship.
Hulda and her husband live in Estes Park, Colorado.
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In World War II much of Asia fell under Japanese control after the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
All non-Asians were imprisoned in concentration camps until August of 1945, the end of the war in the Pacific.
This is the story of a Dutch family, resident in the Dutch East Indies, that fell victim to the Japanese occupation and was interned in jungle camps throughout the war. It tells the journey from riches to rags, from fear and suffering, to the joy of freedom and recovery.