Behind Barbed Wire
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This is the story of John and Olga Oss, missionaries in China, when the enemy occupied Shanghai during World War II and they were confined to prison camp for thirty-one months.
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When the war started in December, 1941, mission workers were among the first to be apprehended. Missionaires John and Olga Oss are drawn into the troubled, chaotic days of World War II when the enemy occupies the city of Shanghai. With other foreigners they are confined to the Chapei Civilian Assembly Center prison camp and suffer all its privations. Relive those trying thirty-one months with this courageous couple as their faith is sorely tried, then emerges triumphant as God intervenes.