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Persistence of Light: From a Japanese Prison Camp to an Elephant in the Alps to Silicon Valley
by John Hoyte

Published: 2018-08-01T00:0
Paperback : 248 pages
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This memoir is a story of adventure, suffering and triumph over extreme difficulties. It begins with a childhood in China, including nearly four years in a Japanese internment camp in World War ll.

Then, John led the British Alpine Hannibal Expedition with an elephant over the Alps ...

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This memoir is a story of adventure, suffering and triumph over extreme difficulties. It begins with a childhood in China, including nearly four years in a Japanese internment camp in World War ll.

Then, John led the British Alpine Hannibal Expedition with an elephant over the Alps and ended up, an entrepreneur/inventor in Silicon Valley.

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1. How did the Japanese guards treat you kids in the prison camp?

2.Why did you take the elephant over the Alps?

3. How did you get on the "To Tell The Truth" show?

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