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Far East PoW

Far East PoWs during WWII
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Japanese prisoners lined up at attention as US soldiers count the prisoners. Meiji Restoration, Pow Camp, Evil Empire, Prison Guard, Us Soldiers, 70th, Count, This Is Us, East
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Japanese prisoners lined up at attention as US soldiers count the prisoners.
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The luckiest man in World War ll (full length documentary)
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The education of child internees at Stanley Camp continued during the war. Photo: Imperial War Museum Empire, British, Learning, Museums, World, War, Hong Kong, Education, Canadian Soldiers
Opinion | How Hong Kong’s POWs kept up their spirits through learning
The education of child internees at Stanley Camp continued during the war. Photo: Imperial War Museum
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What was Australia's role in the Victory in the Pacific?
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Members of the 125 Regiment enjoying themselves as Len Gibson plays the banjo during fire watching duties in Liverpool - before the men went to Singapore. Prisoners Of War, Man Go, Regiment, World War Two, Gibson, Liverpool, Soldier
Honouring Wearside prisoners-of-war from World War Two
Members of the 125 Regiment enjoying themselves as Len Gibson plays the banjo during fire watching duties in Liverpool - before the men went to Singapore.
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VJ Day: Surviving the horrors of Japan's WW2 camps
1945: Prisoners of War from the Allied forces eating food after being liberated from a Japanese Prisoner of War camp in Taiwan
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How the UK found Japanese speakers in a hurry in WW2
British surrender in Singapore, 1942
Local residents walk past the gutted Hiroshima Prefectural Industrial Promotion Hall (L), which is currently called the Atomic Bomb Dome or A-Bomb Dome, on Aioi Bridge in Hiroshima after the atomic bombing of Hiroshima on August 6, 1945 Atomic Bombings Of Hiroshima And Nagasaki, Atomic Bomb Hiroshima, Hiroshima Bombing, Battleship Missouri, First Atomic Bomb, Hiroshima Peace Memorial, Enola Gay, Nuclear Strike, People
'I heard Japanese guards making my coffin ... but I forgave them'
Local residents walk past the gutted Hiroshima Prefectural Industrial Promotion Hall (L), which is currently called the Atomic Bomb Dome or A-Bomb Dome, on Aioi Bridge in Hiroshima after the atomic bombing of Hiroshima on August 6, 1945
The gutted Hiroshima Prefectural Industrial Promotion Hall (C), which is currently called Atomic Bomb Dome or A-Bomb Dome, is seen from Aioi Bridge in Hiroshima after the atomic bombing of Hiroshima on August 6, 1945, in this handout photo taken by Masami Oki on August 20, 1945 Hiroshima E Nagasaki, Then And Now Pictures, London Photoshoot, Memories Faded, Arts And Entertainment, Ideas
'I heard Japanese guards making my coffin ... but I forgave them'
The gutted Hiroshima Prefectural Industrial Promotion Hall (C), which is currently called Atomic Bomb Dome or A-Bomb Dome, is seen from Aioi Bridge in Hiroshima after the atomic bombing of Hiroshima on August 6, 1945, in this handout photo taken by Masami Oki on August 20, 1945
The etched shadow of railings are seen imprinted on the road surface of Yorozuyo Bridge, due to the heat of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima on August 6, 1945 Farm Heroes, Farm Hero Saga, Ash Image, Modern Metropolis
'I heard Japanese guards making my coffin ... but I forgave them'
The etched shadow of railings are seen imprinted on the road surface of Yorozuyo Bridge, due to the heat of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima on August 6, 1945
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'I heard Japanese guards making my coffin ... but I forgave them'
POW: John (circled) in the Japanese Kyushu camp
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'I heard Japanese guards making my coffin ... but I forgave them'
Captured British Soldiers at Chaingi Prison Camp during World War Two
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These are available from http://www.fepow-day.org/html/pins.htm any profit goes towards FEPOW Family wreaths for FEPOW Day (August 15th)
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These pins are available from http://www.fepow-day.org/html/pins.htm any profit goes towards a FEPOW Family wreath for August 15th (FEPOW Day) Despair, Genealogy, World War, Community, Japanese, Profit
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These pins are available from http://www.fepow-day.org/html/pins.htm any profit goes towards a FEPOW Family wreath for August 15th (FEPOW Day)
Ron Taylor
Ron Taylor
Private (Pte) Thomas John O'Rourke was a Japanese prisoner of war in the prison camp at Sandakan in Borneo. In Jan 1945 the Japanese began to move prisoners from Sandakan to Ranau because they feared a coastal invasion. After the Australian landings at Tarakan in May 1945, the camp commander Captain Susumi Hoshijima ordered that the prisoners be marched inland. Large numbers died during, what has come to be known as the Sandakan Death March. Pte O'Rourke died on 31 May 1945. P02813.001 | AWM History Pics, Family History, Borneo, Military History, Soldiers, Ww2
Portrait of VX27573 Private (Pte) Thomas John O'Rourke of No. 1 Company, Australian Army Service ...
Private (Pte) Thomas John O'Rourke was a Japanese prisoner of war in the prison camp at Sandakan in Borneo. In Jan 1945 the Japanese began to move prisoners from Sandakan to Ranau because they feared a coastal invasion. After the Australian landings at Tarakan in May 1945, the camp commander Captain Susumi Hoshijima ordered that the prisoners be marched inland. Large numbers died during, what has come to be known as the Sandakan Death March. Pte O'Rourke died on 31 May 1945. P02813.001 | AWM