Eric Lomax, a former British soldier who was tortured by the Japanese while he was a prisoner during World War II and half a century later.
Eric Sutherland Lomax (30 May – 8 October ) was a British Army officer who was . "Eric Lomax, River Kwai Prisoner Who Forgave, Dies at 93".
During the Second World War Eric Lomax was tortured by the Japanese on the For the first time I was able to unload the hate that had become my prison.
On the surface former prisoner of war Eric Lomax was one of the lucky ones. Unlike thousands of his colleagues who were captured by the.
As he recalled later: 'I could not believe I had become a prisoner 'Some time the hating has to stop': Eric Lomax met and forgave his torturer.
ITS an unusual man who can forgive his wartime torturer - or whose quest Eric Lomax, a former British prisoner of war whose moving tale of.
Eric Lomax and Nagase Takashi were enemies during the war, and Takashi helped torture Lomax in a prison labor camp. Half a century later.
Eric Lomax's book, The Railway Man, about his experience as a That understanding has meant the end of a long journey to forgive her father. (two died) and moved to a special prison for prolonged torture – Eric was one.